Thread: floating point function

  1. #16
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    >> It will return a the value you enter but will not put the decimal in the right spot.
    Ok, good. So the problem is likely with the dflag and/or dplace variable. When I look at that part of the code, I see that this:
              if (dflag==1)
    is never actually called. It is not under a case statement. Where did you mean for that code to be run?

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    I would like to thank you for all your help.
    It has been the most help anyone has giving on this
    thanks so much

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sal79 View Post
    I am tring to make a function to check to make sure the floating piont value is a valid number. i am having some problem getting it to work correctly.
    any help would be great.
    Is this an academic exercise, or can you use standard functions that already do this (and much more thoroughly)?
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