#35 sprintf "%10g"

Development Branch
open-later
nobody
1
2001-09-26
2001-04-27
No

Should pad to the left with zeroes, but pads with spaces.

Discussion

  • Chris Nandor

    Chris Nandor - 2001-04-27

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    OK, there were a few problems with sprintf. One is known in sfio: that is,
    that "%.0f", 0.6 should give 1, but gives 0. The other one is this one
    above. It seems sprintf is implemented in perl, except for with e/f/g, and
    that the local sprintf is used.

    So, first, we need to determine how much we care, and second, whether or
    not this can be fixed. Murr, you said you ported sfio 2000; maybe we can
    test with that? Or maybe you know something more about it? I am kinda
    scared about moving to sfio 2000 at this point (how much might break?),
    but maybe we can pull the sprintf code out if it is better now.

    Anyway, lemme know what you think, and if you have it, please send me
    your sfio 2000 port.

     
  • Chris Nandor

    Chris Nandor - 2001-04-27
    • summary: sprintf "%10g" --> sprintf "%10g"
    • assigned_to: pudge --> neeri
     
  • Matthias Neeracher

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    This should be sprintf "%010g". This does indeed not zero pad and it seems to be a logic error in sfio98. I'd suggest not fixing it for now and eventually migrating to sfio2000, which no longer has this bug.

     
  • Matthias Neeracher

    • summary: sprintf "%10g" --> sprintf "%10g"
    • assigned_to: neeri --> pudge
    • status: open --> open-later
     
  • Chris Nandor

    Chris Nandor - 2001-07-09
    • priority: 6 --> 3
    • summary: sprintf "%10g" --> sprintf "%10g"
     
  • Chris Nandor

    Chris Nandor - 2001-07-13
    • priority: 3 --> 1
    • summary: sprintf "%10g" --> sprintf "%10g"
     
  • Chris Nandor

    Chris Nandor - 2001-09-26
    • summary: sprintf "%10g" --> sprintf "%10g"
    • assigned_to: pudge --> nobody
     

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