You can use the function toLocaleString or Intl.NumberFormat to get a formatted currency string from the JavaScript number. Here’s how it works.

In the most basic case you can just call the function toLocaleString on the number that you’d like to format.

const salary = 7000;
const formattedSalary = salary.toLocaleString('en-US', {style: 'currency',currency: 'USD'});

console.log(formattedSalary); // $7,000.00

You can also use Intl.NumberFormat. It works very similarly, however in this case you first construct a formatter, and then format the number by calling the format function.

const salary = 10000;
const formattedSalary = Intl.NumberFormat('en-US', {style: 'currency', currency: 'USD'})

console.log(formattedSalary); // $10,000.00

Try it with other currencies by changing the currency code!