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Re: floating point validation

by govindkailas (Acolyte)
on Aug 30, 2010 at 12:06 UTC ( #857999=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to floating point validation

here is the corrected one :) thanks to all ..
$val=101.24; validate(3,2,$val); sub validate{ $v1=$_[0]; $v2=$_[1]; $v3=$_[2]; print "Values are $v1 \t $v2 \t $v3 \n"; if($v3=~m/^\d{$v1}\.\d{$v2}$/ ){ print "its a good one\n";} else {print "Not Good!!";} }

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Re^2: floating point validation
by Khen1950fx (Canon) on Aug 30, 2010 at 12:20 UTC
    I tidied the script for you:).
    #!/usr/bin/perl use strict; use warnings; my $val = 101.24; validate( 3, 2, $val ); sub validate { my $v1 = $_[0]; my $v2 = $_[1]; my $v3 = $_[2]; print "Values are $v1 \t $v2 \t $v3 \n"; if ( $v3 =~ m/^\d{$v1}\.\d{$v2}$/ ) { print "its a good one\n"; } else { print "Not Good!!"; } }

      I tidied the tidied.

      my $val = 101.24; print match_decimal_format( 3, 2, $val ) ? "Valid!\n" : "Invalid...\n" +; sub match_decimal_format { my ( $leading, $trailing, $number ) = @_; return $number =~ m/^ [0-9]{$leading} \. [0-9]{$trailing} $/x; }

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