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Serious Serious
Reported By: Tor Breines
Reported On: 8/27/2012
For: Version 1.00 Build 1
# 3648 Changing the FormatSettings.DecimalSeparator to Comma Causes Incorrect FloatToStr Results

In Europe we use comma (",") as the decimal sign. When I change this from "." to "," in the WebCore unit in the framework
there are some funny things hapening:

When I calculate 100,40 + 100,40 I get the result ",00.80".

Comments Comments
The problem was with the internal StrReplace and the regular expression processing in JS with periods. StrReplace has now been rewritten as an Object Pascal function and now resides in the WebCore unit.

Resolution Resolution
Fixed Problem on 8/28/2012 in version 1.01 build 1

Products Affected Products Affected
Elevate Web Builder
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