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Mar 22, 2016
08:00 AM

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Mar 22, 2016
08:00 AM

Dot to comma in Mathcad prime 3.0

In Denmark we use comma instead of dot in math calculation. Is there someone who can fix it ? So i have a comma instead ?

Jesper

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Mar 22, 2016
08:58 AM

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Mar 22, 2016
08:58 AM

Nope,

there are result settings for:

- formatting (General, Decimal, Engineering etc.)

- number of decimal positions

- complex value representation

I see no way to change the decimal separator (let alone the thousands separator).

maybe in some future version PTC will implement that number representation follows the regional settings you can make in Windows.

Note that the next version of Prime (4) is expected in quarter 4 of this year.

Success!

Luc

P.S. And there is:Mathcad comma for decimal.

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Mar 22, 2016
08:58 AM

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Mar 22, 2016
08:58 AM

Nope,

there are result settings for:

- formatting (General, Decimal, Engineering etc.)

- number of decimal positions

- complex value representation

I see no way to change the decimal separator (let alone the thousands separator).

maybe in some future version PTC will implement that number representation follows the regional settings you can make in Windows.

Note that the next version of Prime (4) is expected in quarter 4 of this year.

Success!

Luc

P.S. And there is:Mathcad comma for decimal.