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QuestionPrint to file changes value being printed Pin
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This is the craziest problem I've ever seen. I have a text file containing a line of financial data for each minute of the trading day -- 400/day. I extract 4 data for each minute, calculate a ratio for two of these data points, and print what I've extracted plus the calculated value as one line, comma delimited, to a final text file. I do this process line by line. All variables are zeroed out between loops.
The calculated value is a ratio, and when the ratio is below 1, it erratically prints to the file with an order of magnitude error -- e.g., 2.567 instead of .0267. This happens consistently inside a any one file when I repeat the routine, but NOT consistently among days. There is no pattern of frequency of occurrence within the file other than when I repeat the processing, the same minutes show the error. The errors are spread throughout the day's data. The only common factor is that for files showing the error, the denominator of the calculation is alway larger than the numerator. It never occurs when the numerator is larger.
I've stepped through those days showing the errors, watched the ratio values as they are calculated, and never see an error. It only appears in the printed file. Have also tried all kinds of formatting statements and the errors always appear, for the same minutes. I've examined the original data file and an intermediate processing file and can find no irregularities.
I guess my question is what could be happening in the Print to file process that causes this error? It appears with both the Print and Write statements.

Thanks for any ideas.
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