SET CURRENCY Command

Defines the currency symbol and specifies its position in the display of numeric, currency, float, and double expressions.

SET CURRENCY TO [cCurrencySymbol]
-or-
SET CURRENCY LEFT | RIGHT

Parameters

cCurrencySymbol

Specifies a character string representing the currency symbol; can be one to nine characters long. Issue SET CURRENCY TO without cCurrencySymbol to reset the currency symbol to the default dollar sign ($).

You can also specify a currency symbol using Alt+nnn. Specify the Euro currency symbol () with Alt+0128 if you have installed supporting Windows fonts. You also can set the default currency symbol in the Regional tab of the Options dialog box.

LEFT

(Default) Positions the currency symbol to the left of the currency value.

RIGHT

Positions the currency symbol to the right of the currency value.

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