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Serious Serious
Reported By: Richard Harding
Reported On: 10/30/2021
For: Version 3.01 Build 4
# 4866 StrToInt and StrToDouble Not Rejecting Strings Containing Alphabetic Characters

The isFloat and isInt functions returns incorrect results.

isInt(0a) = true
isFloat(0.0a) = true

The example in the documentation, (X := IsInt('10.20'); // X is False), also returns true.

Comments Comments
The issue was the usage of the ParseInt and ParseFloat JavaScript functions, which simply stop parsing when encountering an alphabetic character instead of returning a NaN (not a number) result that can be detected.

Resolution Resolution
Fixed Problem on 12/1/2021 in version 3.02 build 1

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