------=_NextPart_000_0018_01C1A7FB.403BDF20 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="US-ASCII" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Hi, I am trying to move the decimal point 2 places to the the left. Eg : To make 4536233 into 45362.33 I tried this $total = "4536233"; $total = sprintf("%0.2f",$total); print "$total"; But I get this 4536233.00 Can anyone help please Regards Stuart Clark ------=_NextPart_000_0018_01C1A7FB.403BDF20--

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1/28/2002 1:56:44 AM

use strict; my $var=4536233; my $new_var=$var/100; print $new_var; Shawn ----- Original Message ----- From: "Stuart Clark" <sc@spacelink.com.au> To: "Perl List" <beginners@perl.org> Sent: Sunday, January 27, 2002 7:56 PM Subject: decimal point > Hi, > I am trying to move the decimal point 2 places to the the left. > > Eg : To make 4536233 into 45362.33 > > I tried this > $total = "4536233"; > $total = sprintf("%0.2f",$total); > print "$total"; > But I get this > 4536233.00 > > Can anyone help please > > Regards > Stuart Clark > > > > > >

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1/28/2002 7:46:53 AM

i would try dividing the number by 10 -----Original Message----- From: Stuart Clark [mailto:sc@spacelink.com.au] Sent: 28 January 2002 01:57 To: Perl List Subject: decimal point Hi, I am trying to move the decimal point 2 places to the the left. =20 Eg : To make 4536233 into 45362.33 =20 I tried this=20 $total =3D "4536233"; $total =3D sprintf("%0.2f",$total); print "$total"; But I get this 4536233.00 =20 Can anyone help please =20 Regards Stuart Clark =20 =20 =20 =20 =20

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1/28/2002 8:48:14 AM

did i say 10? i meant 100 -----Original Message----- From: Darren Simpson=20 Sent: 28 January 2002 08:48 To: 'Stuart Clark'; Perl List Subject: RE: decimal point i would try dividing the number by 10 -----Original Message----- From: Stuart Clark [mailto:sc@spacelink.com.au] Sent: 28 January 2002 01:57 To: Perl List Subject: decimal point Hi, I am trying to move the decimal point 2 places to the the left. =20 Eg : To make 4536233 into 45362.33 =20 I tried this=20 $total =3D "4536233"; $total =3D sprintf("%0.2f",$total); print "$total"; But I get this 4536233.00 =20 Can anyone help please =20 Regards Stuart Clark =20 =20 =20 =20 =20

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1/28/2002 10:00:01 AM

Stuart Clark wrote: > > Hi, Hello, > I am trying to move the decimal point 2 places to the the left. > > Eg : To make 4536233 into 45362.33 > > I tried this > $total = "4536233"; > $total = sprintf("%0.2f",$total); > print "$total"; > But I get this > 4536233.00 > > Can anyone help please $ perl -le' $total = 4536233; $total =~ s/(..)$/.$1/; print $total; $total = 4536233; substr $total, -2, 0, "."; print $total; ' 45362.33 45362.33 John -- use Perl; program fulfillment

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1/28/2002 10:28:40 AM

Try this; my $total = "4536233"; $total =~s/(.+)(\d{2})/$1.$2/; print $total; ----- Original Message ----- From: "Stuart Clark" <sc@spacelink.com.au> To: "Perl List" <beginners@perl.org> Sent: Sunday, January 27, 2002 5:56 PM Subject: decimal point > Hi, > I am trying to move the decimal point 2 places to the the left. > > Eg : To make 4536233 into 45362.33 > > I tried this > $total = "4536233"; > $total = sprintf("%0.2f",$total); > print "$total"; > But I get this > 4536233.00 > > Can anyone help please > > Regards > Stuart Clark _________________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? Get your free @yahoo.com address at http://mail.yahoo.com

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1/29/2002 1:16:40 AM

Stuart Clark wrote: > Hi, > I am trying to move the decimal point 2 places to the the left. > > Eg : To make 4536233 into 45362.33 > > I tried this > $total = "4536233"; > $total = sprintf("%0.2f",$total); > print "$total"; > But I get this > 4536233.00 > > Can anyone help please > > Regards > Stuart Clark hm let me take a shot at this one my $digits = 4536233; $digits =~ m/(\d\d)$/; #I was going to inline this, but not sure of return value splice ( split ( //, $digits ), -2, 2, ( "." . $1) ) ); that should work, probably not worth it thought (I just opened the llama book and picked the first function that looked good and worked from that ^.^ anyway, the reason your example didn't work is because sprintf will truncate decimals from a floating point number. printf("%5.2f",$varname); #prints 123.12 if the var containted 123.1231525 since you had created a var containing integers (actually you created a string, it just turned it into numbers on demand), it didn't have anything to add for the decemil part.

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1/29/2002 2:04:25 AM

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2/7/2002 5:53:39 PM

I am a newbee, I have a Textbox where de user must write the price of an object. How can I validate de data entry in the Textbox (it must be a valid decimal with 2 digits after decimal point), and my pages are in Portuguese so the decimal point to be accepted must be a comma thanks well you can do something like followig: suppose TextBox1.Text = 123456,789 then you can say if(TextBox1.Text.Contains(",") ) { int index1 = TextBox1.Text.IndexOf(",") +1; int index2 = TextBox1.Text.IndexOf(...

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Hello, I like to know how I can change (for example) the value 55.55 into 55,55. (The system in my country is using comma's instead of points) I'm starting with a string with the value "55.55" Then I will convert it to a double 55,55 Do I need the the system.Globalization namespace or is there just a simple solution? Hi,If you are just going to use this format for display then it would be easy to do this:double dTemp;dTemp = 55.55;Response.Write(dTemp.ToString().Replace(".",","));H...

Hi, PB10.0 I have a problem with de decimal point: I need a comma. The problem does not appear in dw, but in edit masks. I think it's the deployment kit: I may be working with the english, not the spanish. Does anybody know which are the files? Thanks, Josep. Isn't it dependent of regional settings ? Josep pisze: > Hi, > > PB10.0 > I have a problem with de decimal point: I need a comma. > The problem does not appear in dw, but in edit masks. > > I think it's the deployment kit: I may be working with the > english, not the spa...

Hi guys, Is there function to get the number after a decimal point? ex: 6.500 I need to get the 500 only Thanks in advance On 27 Jun 2008 09:35:04 -0700, Ramez Nabil wrote: I think you might want to tell everyone where you get the "6.500" from e.g. numeric column etc and who you are trying to get the "500" like stored procedure, dml user, C programmer etc. I think this way you get replies that might better fit your needs. J >Hi guys, >Is there function to get the number after a decimal point? > >ex: 6.500 I need to get the 500 only &g...

Hi to all, I have a xsd file with one table adapter, it has 4 column id int name string class string amount decimal i drag and drop the columns into rdlc file but, the report displays 4 digit after decimal point but i want to display it as two decimal point. How to do this experts please help me. But i checked in my query from sql it is displays as it is in the table(there some data have four digit after decimal some data have two digit after decimal) but when get it into DataSet object all data are converted i...

Hi guys, Is there function to get the number after a decimal point? ex: 6.500 I need to get the 500 only Thanks in advance Is 6.500 a number or string? Do all 'numbers' have 3 places to the right of the decimal point, eg, could you have numbers like 3.45, 285.38492? And if you can have less/more than 3 digits, what would you expect as the final result? And does the final result need to be a number or string? Ramez Nabil wrote: > Hi guys, > Is there function to get the number after a decimal point? > > ex: 6.500 I need to get the 500 only > &g...

Hello all, I'm having this problem: After executing de mailLogon() in mailSession i kan not use decimals anymore in the application. I have a ',' as decimal symbol. Having a . as decimal symbol works fine. Any ideas? thanks, Carlos Oh... and i'm using Powerbuilder 5.0.04 Never mind. I solved de problem by setting the decimal en thousand symbols to '.' en ',' (american defaults) in de registry and when i am ready with de mailSession object put de old values back again. The problem is not realy solved but this workaround seams to work...

------=_NextPart_000_001D_01C1A834.21827C90 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="US-ASCII" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Hi, I am trying to move the decimal point 2 places to the the left. Eg : To make 4536233 into 45362.33 I tried this $total = "4536233"; $total = sprintf("%0.2f",$total); print "$total"; But I get this 4536233.00 Can anyone help please Regards Stuart Clark ------=_NextPart_000_001D_01C1A834.21827C90-- Dear Stuart, The Sprintf function may not be able to change the value of the scalar varia...

A simple question.I am working with asp.net c# and I a have a variable with .00 (ex: 500.00).I would like to convert this variable to 500Bottom line: to remove the .00Someone know what do I have to write ? Try:FormatNumber(Myvariable, 0)--------------------------------------------------------Don't forget to click "Mark as Answer" on the post(s) that helped you.NHibernate with ASP.net Problem-Design-Solution sample applicationScott ASP.net blog This is working TextBox1.Text = String.Format("{0:0.##}", 123.00); Mark as Answer if the p...

Hi, We have been stuggeling for some time with a decimal point issue on our windows 2000 workstation. On a em (or dw column) we use an editmask of "#0.00" or "##.00" the em shows 0.00 or .00 during runtime. If we enter 12.15 we get 1215 if we show dec(em.text) in a messagebox. If we change the country for Dutch/Belgium to English/Us, the program works correct, but when we change it back, the problem popsup again. We use powerbuilde 8 build 9100 Andrew Peiman May be you can use String() function with format Messagebox( "Message", String(d...

Hi, I have this problem validating a powerbuilder exported XML file versus and XSD using the XMLParseFile function. I get the following error: Error parsing XML document: Datatype error: Type:InvalidDatatypeValueException, Message:Value '1,00' does not match any member types (of the union) . d:\interfaces\stockmove\out\S17.C2P, Line: 17, Position: 24. The tag in question looks as follows: <qtyVal>1,00</qtyVal> The problem seems to be that a numeric field ( which is part of a union in the XSD because I need it to allow empty values, which can&...

I am having a problem with decimals in my datawindows. When I try entering a percentage value, it is abandoning all values to the right of the decimal. Incidentally, the field is a decimal with no validation. Edit Mask: Format: Input: Result: None (General) 3.2 3 None (General) 0.032 0 None (General) 3.2% "Does not pass validation" None 0.00% 3.2 300.00% None ...

okay... so how do I drop of all but two decimal points in perl? __________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? Get personalized email addresses from Yahoo! Mail http://personal.mail.yahoo.com/ One way to do it ... perl -e '$x=1234.5678; ($y)=$x=~/(\d*\.{0,1}\d{0,2})/;print $y ."\n";' -----Original Message----- From: Thomas Jakub [mailto:rrhspub@yahoo.com] Sent: July 10, 2001 15:44 To: beginners-cgi@perl.org Subject: dropping off a few decimal points okay... so how do I drop of all but two decimal points in perl? _____________...

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