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A weird bug when a number is past 1 sextillion.

AntiCookieapocalypseAntiCookieapocalypse Member Posts: 6
The bug is that when you have mass amounts of cookies, It has scientific notation on.
But since the number shows 16 or 17 digits when in scientific notation, you get numbers like this: "2.21,339,245,850,223e22".
This is possible, even without cheating.
You can use short numbers. But I like long numbers a lot more, Because I am interested and I am a mathematician.
I do have a function that does not enable scientific notation. But I only can tell it later.

Comments

  • AntiCookieapocalypseAntiCookieapocalypse Member Posts: 6
    They blast commas all over the place causing you to be confused. "Side message".
  • adam_antichristadam_antichrist Member Posts: 419 ✭✭✭
    Are you talkinh about the comma moving around? I reported that months ago but nothing has been done.

  • AntiCookieapocalypseAntiCookieapocalypse Member Posts: 6
    Yes.
    And the function is actually a way to remove the moving commas past 1 sextillion.
  • KangSKKangSK Member Posts: 21 ✭✭
    It is quite annoying to fix it, though. Kinda understand why Orteil is not fixing it.
  • AntiCookieapocalypseAntiCookieapocalypse Member Posts: 6
    The function is 14 or 15 lines long. But the annoying part is putting ALL of the variables with the command.
  • AntiCookieapocalypseAntiCookieapocalypse Member Posts: 6
    If someone wantsthis function. Tell me about it.
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