janschenkel at yahoo.com
Fri Sep 27 03:08:01 CDT 2002
That's the problem with making up these scripts during
the most ridiculous moments: on your way from home to
work or vice versa, after a few drinks with friends,
in the middle of the night when one ought to sleep, or
simply while you're eating breakfast cereals...
You don't always have the chance to check it out as
thoroughly as you should, and work from memory and
theory without actually putting it into the compiler.
The culprit is the formatField handler. Change it to:
put the text of me into tNumber
put Conv4Disp(Conv4Calc(tNumber)) into me
And everything should run smoothly ; well, at least it
did in my test stack here -- yes, I actually tested it
for once ;-)
"As we grow older, we grow both wiser and more foolish
at the same time." (De Rochefoucald)
--- yves COPPE <yvescoppe at skynet.be> wrote:
> Hi Jan
> that's the final good code : BUT
> I do so :
> uDecimalPoint : ","
> uThousandSeparator : " "
> uFormat : "%16.2f"
> Now if I type :
> 1234567 -> 1 234 567,00
> I hope : 1 234 567,20
> but I get an error !
> can you develop your script a little further ?
> Yves COPPE
> Email : yvescoppe at skynet.be
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