Filed per Chris Kane:

The attached program prints the value of 3.1415926536 using various styles, first with UNUM_MIN_FRACTION_DIGITS & UNUM_MAX_FRACTION_DIGITS set to 0, then with them set to 1. Here are the results:

UNUM_DECIMAL: '3'

UNUM_CURRENCY: '$3'

UNUM_PERCENT: '314%'

UNUM_SCIENTIFIC: '3.1415926536E0'

UNUM_SPELLOUT: 'three point one four one five nine two six five three six'

UNUM_DECIMAL: '3.1'

UNUM_CURRENCY: '$3.1'

UNUM_PERCENT: '314.2%'

UNUM_SCIENTIFIC: '3.0E0'

UNUM_SPELLOUT: 'three point one four one five nine two six five three six'

For the FRACTION_DIGITS==0 case, UNUM_SCIENTIFIC & UNUM_SPELLOUT seem to ignore the FRACTION_DIGITS setting.

For the FRACTION_DIGITS==1 case, UNUM_SCIENTIFIC seems to ignore the FRACTION_DIGITS setting, and UNUM_SCIENTIFIC has a rounding problem.

George Rhoten

Peter Edberg

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