To convert a string to a number in JavaScript, you can use the built-in functions such as parseInt() or parseFloat().

The parseInt() function takes a string as an argument and returns an integer number. It will parse the string until it reaches a character that is not a number and then stop.

The parseFloat() function, on the other hand, converts a string into a floating-point number. It will parse the string until it reaches a non-numerical character, including decimals.

Keep in mind that if the string contains characters other than numbers, the functions may return NaN (Not a Number). It is important to handle this potential outcome in your code to prevent errors.

## How to convert a string to a number using the Math.round() method in JavaScript?

To convert a string to a number using the `Math.round()`

method in JavaScript, you can first use the `parseFloat()`

function to parse the string into a floating-point number, and then use the `Math.round()`

method to round the number to the nearest integer.

Here's an example:

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let str = "3.14"; let number = Math.round(parseFloat(str)); console.log(number); // Output: 3 |

In this example, the `parseFloat()`

function is used to convert the string "3.14" into a floating-point number `3.14`

, and then the `Math.round()`

method is used to round the number to the nearest integer, resulting in the output `3`

.

## What is the maximum number that can be represented in JavaScript?

The maximum number that can be represented in JavaScript is approximately 1.7976931348623157 x 10^308. This is due to the limitations of the IEEE 754 standard used by JavaScript to represent numbers.

## How to convert a string to a number without losing precision in JavaScript?

To convert a string to a number without losing precision in JavaScript, you can use the `parseFloat`

function. This function parses a string argument and returns a floating point number.

Here is an example:

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let str = "123.456789"; let num = parseFloat(str); console.log(num); // 123.456789 |

This will convert the string "123.456789" to a number without losing precision. Note that if you use the `parseInt`

function, it will only return the integer part of the number and discard any decimal points.

## How to convert a string to a number in JavaScript using the parseFloat() method?

In JavaScript, you can convert a string to a number using the `parseFloat()`

method. Here's how you can do it:

- Create a string variable with the value you want to convert to a number:

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```
let stringNumber = "3.14";
``` |

- Use the parseFloat() method to convert the string to a number:

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```
let number = parseFloat(stringNumber);
``` |

- The number variable will now hold the converted number value, which you can use in your code:

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``` |
```
console.log(number); // Output: 3.14
``` |

Note that the `parseFloat()`

method will only extract the first number from the string, so if there are any non-numeric characters in the string, the method will stop parsing at that point.

## What happens if you try to convert a non-numeric string to a number in JavaScript?

If you try to convert a non-numeric string to a number in JavaScript, you will receive a value of NaN (Not a Number). This is the default return value when a string cannot be converted to a number.