Converting from Exponential Form

DunbarX at aol.com DunbarX at aol.com
Mon Jan 12 16:09:31 EST 2009


Cool that rev understands this numberformat. HC certainly could not. So the 
one-liner is pretty sleek.

But as a matter of old fashioned data crunching, do you see that the fun part 
about hacking this into manageable pieces? It will stand you in good stead 
all the time:

To separate the exponential part by choosing an itemdelimiter ("E") giving 
the number and the power of 10 in two new convenient strings. Then you just 
multiply.


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