Re: Is there a simple way to transform 1.1 to 11/10
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- Subject: [mg93125] Re: Is there a simple way to transform 1.1 to 11/10
- From: Alain Cochard <alain at geophysik.uni-muenchen.de>
- Date: Mon, 27 Oct 2008 03:14:02 -0500 (EST)
- Organization: Universites Paris VI/Paris VII - France
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Andrzej Kozlowski <akoz at mimuw.edu.pl> writes:
>> Andrzej Kozlowski writes:
>>> One more (I hope final) remark. Another, perhaps simpler way, is to
>>> include just one extra zero (that should not be very hard):
>> If you are talking about inputs, I agree; in this case it appears to
>> me similar to inputting strings.
> I meant input. I do not really understand what you are doing and why
> writing 1.00000000000000010 is much harder than writing
No, it is not. I just wanted to be sure you were talking about input.
I'll prefer the string approach since I can see by myself why it will
I need to think more about the case of numbers coming out from Mathematica
computations. So I consider my initial problem --that of inputs--
solved, and I warmly thank everybody.
> Is this entire discussion motivated by your desire to avoid pressing
> keys on your keyboard?
That's one way to put it. I'd rather say that I like elegant
solutions. Anyway, transforming a lot of such numbers is error prone
and way too time consuming, to the extent that it simply cannot be
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