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1.00000001E6

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I have a transformation that results in this number

What does that translate into in decimal format ?

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by:Anthony Lucia
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I am guessing 1000000.01
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Kimputer earned 333 total points
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Correct, just move the dot 6 spots
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by:Mazdajai
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You can use printf to display it:

printf "%.0f\n", 1.00000001E6

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1000000
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Obviously, you're missing a few bits of accuracy. If it was on a math test, you'd have lost a few points along the way.
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