You got to provide more info than that to let a dev fix it!

For ibstance, answer the following:

When did it occur?

Where did it occur?

How did you make it occur?

What things factored into the occurence?

do you SEE THAT +(GOLD)1.01262e+06? that is a gold counter after 1mil picked up

It is not a bug… Just bad mathematical notation. 1.01262e(positive)06 = 1 012 62(something). You usually do not put a positive (+) sign in front of positive numbers.

It is not a bug… Just bad mathematical notation. 1.01262e(positive)06 = 1 012 62(something). You usually do not put a positive (+) sign in front of positive numbers.[/quote]

Actually, that’s computer number notation. Which makes that a display bug.

When a number exceeds width available, it switches to that notation. The positive is there because, again, it’s computer stuff. Computer numbers can get an overflow where positive numbers loop into a negative number when a number gets too big. For instance, 255 will be split -128 to +127. +127 getting +1 loops to -128. It is entirely natural for modern calculators to revert to that numerical system when the number exceeds the display’s max character count.

It is not a bug… Just bad mathematical notation. 1.01262e(positive)06 = 1 012 62(something). You usually do not put a positive (+) sign in front of positive numbers.[/quote]

Actually, that’s computer number notation. Which makes that a display bug.

When a number exceeds width available, it switches to that notation. The positive is there because, again, it’s computer stuff. Computer numbers can get an overflow where positive numbers loop into a negative number when a number gets too big. For instance, 255 will be split -128 to +127. +127 getting +1 loops to -128. It is entirely natural for modern calculators to revert to that numerical system when the number exceeds the display’s max character count.[/quote]

Thanks I just thought it was bad notation.