Here are a couple of options
   0j4 ": 5.75449876 654356.766578
5.7545 654356.7666

  '0.4' 8!:0] 5.75449876 654356.766578
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│     5.7545│654356.7666│
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On Wed, 11 Sep 2019, 19:45 HH PackRat, <hhpack...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Although I can find general print precision in the J documentation, I
> can't seem to find how to display 2 decimal digits, 3 decimal digits,
> or 4 decimal digits, for example.  In other words, I don't really care
> how many digits precede the decimal point, but I need to have a fixed
> number of digits following the decimal point in data displays.  This
> need (I should think) would be common in financial programming, so I
> assume J has a way to handle such data displays.  How do I do this?
> Thanks in advance!
>
> Harvey
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