Remove decimal points when adding Number Field to summary

I have some numbers saved in an issue in number fields. I want on a transition to create a new issue and add some of these numbers to the summary. I'm adding this: 

issue.summary = 'Clean Range Take Version ' + cfValues['Take Version 1'] + ': ' + cfValues['Clean Range 1 Start'] + ' - ' + cfValues['Clean Range 1 Stop'] + ' ' + sourceIssue.summary


This is working fine except for the fact that the summary has a useless decimal point for some reason. Any idea how can I remove these?


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That's probably because the numbers are getting stored as floating point numbers OR as version objects (which are getting coerced to strings like 10.0). You could convert them with normal Groovy/Java casting.

//If the custom field is a string value and is actually 10.0, the below should be safe
(cfValues['Take Version 1'] as Double) as Integer
//If it's actually stored as a number, you could probably leave out the case to Double
cfValues['Take Version 1'] as Integer
//Or, roughly equivalently, and a bit more null safe
cfValues['Take Version 1']?.toInteger()

Another alternative would be to add a line to strip out the trailing numbers:

issue.summary = issue.summary.replaceAll("\\.0")

Thanks a lot for the detailed answer. As it's a number field, just adding "as Integer" after solved it.

I don't have to worry about null values as that is part of the condition for the postfunction - it doesn't trigger if these fields are empty.

issue.summary = 'Clean Range Take Version ' + (cfValues['Take Version 1'] as Integer) + ': ' + (cfValues['Clean Range 1 Start'] as Integer) + ' - ' + (cfValues['Clean Range 1 Stop'] as Integer) + ' ' + sourceIssue.summary


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