| The converter Template:Convert/gaps will convert an amount and display gaps between digits. The gaps are not actual spaces, so copy/paste of numbers, as displayed, treats them as typical connected digits. To set the rounding precision, the output unit must be specified, or put "0" to default.
The template has the same parameters as Template:Convert, and so it allows abbreviation abbr=in or abbr=out or abbr=none, wikilinks lk=in or lk=out, and adjective mode adj=on or adj=mid. The separator can also be a semicolon: disp=semi, disp=semicolon, disp=or, disp=comma, disp=x (customized), disp=b (default as parentheses), disp=2 (or disp=out) and disp=# (or disp=number).
The examples show various options of conversions:
Display types: disp=comma, disp=semi, disp=or, disp=output only, disp=output number only, disp=x and disp=b. The numeric results are identical to using Template:Convert for each amount individually.
Note the name of this template is "convert/gaps" and omitting the suffix "/gaps" will not show gaps in digits.
The amount is followed by a unit-code (such as "|m") as the 2nd parameter. The output unit-code can be "0" as the 3rd parameter, to allow the default output unit to be triggered, while setting parameter 4 to a rounding precision (such as "|5").