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 Re: CBitmapButton [modified] akshita_153-Jun-06 0:36 akshita_15 3-Jun-06 0:36
 Re: CBitmapButton [modified] _AnsHUMAN_ 3-Jun-06 1:04 _AnsHUMAN_ 3-Jun-06 1:04
 interesting question, number of 0s at the end of N! George_George2-Jun-06 21:16 George_George 2-Jun-06 21:16
 Re: interesting question, number of 0s at the end of N! John R. Shaw3-Jun-06 4:15 John R. Shaw 3-Jun-06 4:15
 Re: interesting question, number of 0s at the end of N! George_George4-Jun-06 16:31 George_George 4-Jun-06 16:31
 Re: interesting question, number of 0s at the end of N! John R. Shaw13-Jun-06 22:29 John R. Shaw 13-Jun-06 22:29
 Re: interesting question, number of 0s at the end of N! George_George13-Jun-06 22:37 George_George 13-Jun-06 22:37
 Re: interesting question, number of 0s at the end of N! John R. Shaw13-Jun-06 23:51 John R. Shaw 13-Jun-06 23:51
 Hi George, I was answering an email when I received your reply. I did not say the number of zeros was a display problem. I said the number of zeros following any number is infinite, which means you can display as many as you want. If you want to run an algorithm to display all the zeros following any number, then go ahead. Just remember that the machine will never stop printing zeros until you stop it or turn it off. It is a matter of how many zeros you want to display. I know there are some functions (algorithms) that will print a ridiculously high number of trailing zeros, but that is the designer’s choice. The normal problem for those using it is to trim all those unnecessary zeros before displaying it to the user. Trailing zeros are not really part of the number as they are a given. If a number has a hundred zeros following it and they end with a 1 then they are not trailing zeros, but any zeros following the 1 are. INTP "Program testing can be used to show the presence of bugs, but never to show their absence."Edsger Dijkstra
 Re: interesting question, number of 0s at the end of N! George_George14-Jun-06 2:35 George_George 14-Jun-06 2:35
 Re: interesting question, number of 0s at the end of N! John R. Shaw14-Jun-06 2:59 John R. Shaw 14-Jun-06 2:59
 Re: interesting question, number of 0s at the end of N! George_George14-Jun-06 3:42 George_George 14-Jun-06 3:42
 Re: interesting question, number of 0s at the end of N! [modified] Stephen Hewitt4-Jun-06 14:06 Stephen Hewitt 4-Jun-06 14:06
 Re: interesting question, number of 0s at the end of N! [modified] George_George4-Jun-06 16:30 George_George 4-Jun-06 16:30
 Re: interesting question, number of 0s at the end of N! [modified] Stephen Hewitt4-Jun-06 17:48 Stephen Hewitt 4-Jun-06 17:48
 Re: interesting question, number of 0s at the end of N! [modified] George_George4-Jun-06 17:50 George_George 4-Jun-06 17:50
 Cannot access classview. Anu_Bala2-Jun-06 20:49 Anu_Bala 2-Jun-06 20:49
 Re: Cannot access classview. _AnsHUMAN_ 2-Jun-06 23:22 _AnsHUMAN_ 2-Jun-06 23:22
 convert unicode? raghuji.rao2-Jun-06 19:21 raghuji.rao 2-Jun-06 19:21
 Re: convert unicode? Taka Muraoka2-Jun-06 20:59 Taka Muraoka 2-Jun-06 20:59
 Re: convert unicode? knoxplusplus8-Jun-06 7:47 knoxplusplus 8-Jun-06 7:47
 Doubt in Splitter window Member 30398432-Jun-06 19:18 Member 3039843 2-Jun-06 19:18
 Re: Doubt in Splitter window raghuji.rao2-Jun-06 19:24 raghuji.rao 2-Jun-06 19:24
 Re: Doubt in Splitter window [modified] Sameer_Thakur2-Jun-06 23:51 Sameer_Thakur 2-Jun-06 23:51
 Re: Doubt in Splitter window [modified] Member 30398433-Jun-06 1:30 Member 3039843 3-Jun-06 1:30
 Re: Doubt in Splitter window [modified] Sameer_Thakur4-Jun-06 3:26 Sameer_Thakur 4-Jun-06 3:26
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