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100 * (6/(42 * 7 * 8.0))
I forced Director to acknowledge that it is a float by adding the '.0'
at the end. Following the standard mathematical order of operations,
the 1st thing that is done is the 42*7*8. Since it is a float (once I
added the .0), Director will treat it as a float then divided into 6 and
when multiplied by 100.
I didn't think to add a decimal pt AT ALL!!
You can also use the float function to make it more conspicuous in your
float (5) = 5.0000
You'll get as many zeros as "the floatPrecision" indicates. Its default is
4 places. But of course that's true when using just a decimal as well.
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> I didn't think to add a decimal pt AT ALL!!