@Emsn[B]




@E

All scientific notation pictures begin with @E (or @e).

m

Determines the total number of characters in the format provided by the picture.

s

Specifies the decimal separation character, and the grouping character when the n value is greater than 3.

. (period)

period and comma

.. (period period)

period and period

' (grave accent)

comma and period

_.(underscore period)

period and space

n

Indicates the number of digits that appear to the left of the decimal point.

B

Specifies that the format displays as blank when the value is zero.


The scientific notation picture formats very large or very small numbers. The format is a decimal number raised by a power of ten. These pictures are intended to be used as display only, not intended for editing.


Example:


Picture         Value           Result


@E9.0       1,967,865          .20E+007


@E12.1      1,967,865       1.9679E+006


@E12.1B             0


@E12.1     -1,967,865      -1.9679E+006


@E12.1     .000000032       3.2000E-008


@E15_.4     1,967,865    1 967.865E+003