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On Fri, 14 Feb 2014 22:25:59 -0500, Gene Heskett wrote: > Greetings; > > Is there something I can search for and fix in some python code that is > giving me bogus answers that get good only when there is a valid digit > to the left of the decimal point? Er, yes? Anything which involves floating point maths? Your question is to vague to really answer. You are basically saying "I'm doing some calculations [what sort of calculations?] with floats [how many floats? of what values?], and they're wrong [wrong in what way? how badly wrong?] unless there is a valid digit [which digits count as valid and which as invalid?] to the left of the decimal point in some number." Can you extract the float calculations and show us, together with some sample data, expected result, and actual result? -- Steven

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