An integer representing the amount of money the product or service costs. The value is multiplied by 100 to avoid floating-point errors, which can cause inaccuracies when working with decimals. For example, if the price is $10.99, the value will be stored as 1099.
Currency value indicating the currency in which the price is denominated. This is typically represented by a standardized three-letter currency code, such as USD for United States Dollars or EUR for Euros.
A formatted string that represents the price in a human-readable format, including the currency symbol and appropriate decimal places. For example, if the price is 10.99”.