42S: Less aggressive use of scientific notation for negative exponents?

02222016, 10:34 PM
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RE: 42S: Less aggressive use of scientific notation for negative exponents?
(02222016 07:31 PM)Dieter Wrote:(02222016 03:58 PM)Dave Britten Wrote: For example, calculating 6/220 yields "2.72727272727E2" (note that I'm using Free42 here; precision may vary on The Real Thing). But I'd prefer to have it stick with a floating point display until the exponent gets to around, say, 6 or so, i.e. I'd rather see "0.02727272727..." for that calculation. Bummer, was hoping there might be some obscure flag tricks or something. In any case, perfect opportunity to get that feature added to Free42 for the upcoming DM42L, right? 

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42S: Less aggressive use of scientific notation for negative exponents?  Dave Britten  02222016, 03:58 PM
RE: 42S: Less aggressive use of scientific notation for negative exponents?  Dieter  02222016, 07:31 PM
RE: 42S: Less aggressive use of scientific notation for negative exponents?  rprosperi  02222016, 08:12 PM
RE: 42S: Less aggressive use of scientific notation for negative exponents?  Dave Britten  02222016 10:34 PM

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