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I am not sure how things changed please see my output 1348 4887.15 -----> this is the line i copy pasted no operation Checking amnt before conversion 4887.15, Checking amnt after rounding 4887.15, Checking amnt after conversion 488715, 488714 i m checking amount before padding, 0000000000488714 i m checking amount after padding, why it

print " Checking amnt before conversion $amt,\n"; $amt= sprintf("%.2f",$amt); print " Checking amnt after rounding $amt,\n"; $amt = $amt*100; print " Checking amnt after conversion $amt,\n"; sub amnt($amn) { my $amount=$_[0]; $amount=int($amount); say "$amount i m checking amount before padding,\n"; #my $padamnt = sprintf("%016.0f",$amount);---> currently commented to +check integer effect. my $padamnt = sprintf("%016d",$amount); say "$padamnt i m checking amount after padding,\n"; return $padamnt; }

In reply to Re^2: Padding with sprintf changing number by sachin raj aryan
in thread Padding with sprintf changing number by sachin raj aryan

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