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Converting from one form to anotherI 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. #4 20080328 07:17:37
Re: Converting from one form to anotherIf I'm understanding this correctly, you're taking some 6digit number abcdef and using that to get a new number, given by abc + (de + f/2)/100. Why did the vector cross the road? It wanted to be normal. 