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I'm asking myself (plus spending hours on internet research) if there is a 'best practice' for using formatted numbers in Angular.

I'm building a huge finance application. Lots of pages with lots of numbers. For simplicity I declare all the input fields as type="number". This
enables me to do all the calculations.

At the beginning of the development I started with input type text to be able to format the numbers with decimal and thousand separators.
But this leads me to huge problems in using these strings in calculations. I first had to unformat them, before I could calculate with them.

Now with using number type, calculation is easy, but customer wants to formatted numbers. What is the best way of dealing with this dilemma?

Cheers and thanks for your advices