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I have two scripts:
#!/usr/bin/perl use Data::Dumper; use HTML::Entities; use Time::HiRes; $|=1; print sprintf("%0.02f",0.345);
(The modules are loaded because of the other script uses them.) The other script is 900+ lines, so I will just take the excerpt out.
$tprice = ($l[8]/$l[7])-$cpn->{'subprice'}; if ($tprice < 1 && length($tprice) > 4) { print "SPRINTF - $tprice - " . sprintf("%0.02f",$tprice) . "\n"; }
$l[8] = 3.49 $l[7] = 2 $cpn->{'subprice'} = 1.4 $tprice = 0.345
The result of the top code - 0.34 (as expected)
The result of the bottom code is - 0.35

Does anyone have any suggestions about this?

In reply to Printf/Sprintf Behavior Change by stingles

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