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Question asked by VRFuser on Jul 29, 1997
send q VRf-Export_Test_Results ww vrf

from: Greg Goebel / HP-MXD / 970-679-3030 / FAX 970-679-5971
to:   VRf-Noli Liron
date: Wednesday, 30 July 1997 1110 MDT

> Date: Sun, 27 Jul 1997 23:47:36 +0300
> From: Noli Liron <>
> Organization: RAFAEL
> Subject: Problems With Exporting Test Results?


If you are referring to a To File object, then have you changed the output
format from DEFAULT FORMAT to REAL:FIX 2 or some other format?  If you use
DEFAULT FORMAT then you will get full precision (and the usual obnoxious
floating-point far-right inaccuracies.

If there is something else of concern here, please let me know.

[%%] regards -- gvg

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> Hello There,
> VEE 4.01 is my main tool to write test programs and control instruments.
> I use MS Access or Excel as my test database and report generator.
> One can use few ways to transfer the test results from VEE to the other
> applications. Usually I use DDE to transfer data to Excel.
> For Access, I write data to a delimited text file, later on the text
> file data is imported to Access by a data-import-macro.
> Manipulating numbers in VEE creates probelms:
> Multiply 1 * 0.1, you get an obvious 0.1. but if you write the results
> to a text file, you notice that it is 0.10000000000000001. If you change
> the
> "Alphanumeric" object number format to 18 digits, you see it!
> Have you noticed that? Does it make your hair turn white? Do you have a
> solution?
> If yey, please let me know,
> If ney, Look at the attached file Unpack the file, and in
> RoundEng.vee you can see how to round numbers and export test results as
> text strings.
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