For cloud, the number field behaves as follows:
1. The number field has a maximum value of 100000000000000. (1 + 14 zeros). This is a value maximum, not a digits maximum. Increment this value by one and you get a max error.
2. The number field displays 3 decimal places. In the example above you could have 10000000000000.234 (1 + 13 zeros + 3 decimal places)
The easiest way to extend these limits would be via an add-in. For example, Custom Fields for Jira Cloud appears to have this functionality according to its documentation.
I do not understand these mathematical calculations. However, I think certain algorithms should be used in applications for this. I am studying them now. All the information I got from difference-between.net. Btw, my long-standing dream is to do programming. However, I don’t have any knowledge in this area. Do you think I can start doing it now? How long will it take me to do this? Is it possible to make money in this field over time? I hope you will reply to me as soon as possible.
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