Sometimes I saw Use-case that developer use Number.prototype.toFixed for `rounding`

.
But It is not correct in some reasons. I try to explain why it’s not correct. 😥

## Return String instead of Number/Float

The result of `toFixed`

is `String`

so it case unexpected result if you calculate.

```
// What you expect// 1.1 + 1 = 2.1
// Result1.12.toFixed(1) + 1// '1.1' + 1 = '1.11'
```

## Not accurate in one case

You can pass digits option to `toFixed([digits])`

it means …

digits

Optional. The number of digits to appear after the decimal point; this may be a value between 0 and 20, inclusive, and implementations may optionally support a larger range of values. If this argument is omitted, it is treated as 0.

For example you run `1.1N.toFixd(1)`

the return value would be `1.N`

.Okay let’s see what’s happened in real world example.

```
1.150.toFixed(1) // -> '1.1' expected '1.2' because of rounding
1.15.toFixed(1) // -> '1.1' expected '1.2' because of rounding
1.151.toFixed(1) // -> '1.2'
```

To rounding the number which next to digits should be greater than 0. 💩