This is simple rounding error. Down at the hardware level of PCs,
when working with floating point numbers, you are only guaranteed a
number of significant digits (varies depending on the size of the data
type). In this case, your numbers are good up to 7 digits (NNNNN.NN),
which fits with the double data type in C.
On Sep 23, 9:25 am, "Dana DeLouis" <ddelo...@bellsouth.net> wrote:
> I also see that Excel 2007 still has this over 10+ year bug still in it:
> Such numbers are converted to:
> "Molham Serry" <mse...@contact.com.eg> wrote in message
> > Simply when you try to multiply 850 by 77.1 excel display the result to be
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