Opened 10 years ago
Last modified 8 years ago
#2700 assigned defect
Calculate significant digit calculations may be exponentializing Integer numbers one digit early
Reported by: | greenfeld | Owned by: | lionaneesh |
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Priority: | Unspecified by Maintainer | Milestone: | Unspecified |
Component: | Calculate | Version: | 0.92.x |
Severity: | Minor | Keywords: | easy-hack |
Cc: | Distribution/OS: | OLPC | |
Bug Status: | Assigned |
Description
- Set Calculate to only show 6 digits in the result.
- Calculate the result of "1/3", which should be "0.333333" {6 significant digits}.
- Calculate the result of "1e4", which should appear as "10000" {5 significant digits, so to speak}
- "1000.119" results in "1000.11" {6 digits shown, although an interesting truncation.}
- Calculate the result of "1e5". This appears as "1x10^{5}", not "100000", which has 6 digits in it. Is this correct, or are we refusing to show an extra digit for integer numbers where we would do so for decimal numbers?
Again seen in Calculate 36.
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Change History (3)
comment:1 Changed 9 years ago by godiard
- Keywords easy-hack added
Changed 8 years ago by lionaneesh
comment:2 Changed 8 years ago by lionaneesh
- Bug Status changed from Unconfirmed to Assigned
- Owner changed from rwh to lionaneesh
- Status changed from new to assigned
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