How to write string (float) to file?
tim.one at home.com
Tue Aug 28 21:58:40 CEST 2001
> My bet is the poster would rather, e.g., see '0.67' than '0.66' given
> a=2 and b=3. If you're going to fake fp by hand, then you're
> responsible for faking all of it, incl. sensible rounding.
> c = (((a * 200) / b) + 1) / 2
> s = '%03d' % c
> file.write(s[:-2] + '.' + s[-2:])
So that, e.g., 1/200 rounds to '0.01', but (-1)/200 rounds to '0.00' and
loses the minus sign? '%.2f' looks better all the time <0.2f wink>.
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