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## #1 Re: Introductions » hi all » 2008-03-28 02:43:27

Chocó wrote:

Hi, Lawrence, welcome to Maths Is Fun.

I'm Chocó, a Real Member who's been on this forum since last March. Hopefully we might be friends

Hi Choco,

It is my pleasure to be a friend of you.:)

## #2 Re: Introductions » hi all » 2008-03-28 02:41:27

Hi,

Thank you all for warm welcome.

## #3 Re: Coder's Corner » Converting from one form to another » 2008-03-27 08:32:14

oh..You great..

Thats what I want. Is there any possibility to get it, since I need it.

Thanks.

## #4 Re: Coder's Corner » Converting from one form to another » 2008-03-27 08:14:19

yes,     145 + ((72 + 5/2) / 100) is not equal to 145725.

Assume, the number as a string. Please do not compare its equality. But I have to convert back it to original form.

## #5 Coder's Corner » Converting from one form to another » 2008-03-27 06:14:29

lawrence
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I have a number, say 145725, and I have to convert it to another form in the following way 145 + ((72 + 5/2) / 100), where 145 is the first 3 digit, 72 is fourth & fifth digits, 5 is the last digit.

I get the result. Now I have to convert back to original form. I tried to find out a general formula. But failed to do so. Can anybody help me out?

Thanks,
Lawrence

## #6 Introductions » hi all » 2008-03-27 05:49:01

lawrence
Replies: 8

Hi,

I am Lawrence and very happy to be here with all of you..