Unexpected scientific notation
p at ulmcnett.com
Fri Jan 9 18:38:36 CET 2009
Paul McNett wrote:
> Mark Dickinson wrote:
>> On Jan 8, 1:00 am, Paul McNett <p... at ulmcnett.com> wrote:
>>> It displays '3E+1' instead of '30.0'.
>>> As I can't reproduce I'm looking for an idea brainstorm of what could
>>> be causing
>>> this. What would be choosing to display such a normal number in
>>> scientific notation?
>> [I thought I replied to this earlier, but the post isn't showing up.
>> So here it is again.]
I'll clarify my LOL: Mark initially replied to me directly, to which I responded
directly. Because he replied directly, I kept my response offline, too, not knowing
if he had a special reason to discuss this offline instead of in public.
Then he replied to the list, so I made a different response to the list.
Anyway, thanks again Mark for your guidance.
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