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1368  usage: %0.3f 3 decimal places, fixed notation; %0.3e 3 significant figures exponential notation; %0.3g uses either fixed 
1368  usage: %0.3f 3 decimal places, fixed notation; %0.3e 3 significant figures exponential notation; %0.3g uses either fixed 
1369  or exponential notation depending on the size of the number.) 
1369  or exponential notation depending on the size of the number.) 
1370  
1370  
1371  Two additional legacy formatting constructions are also supported: 
1371  Two additional legacy formatting constructions are also supported: 
1372  
1372  
1373  C<?{$c:%0.3f} > will give a number with 3 decimal places and a negative 
1373  C<!{$c:%0.3f} > will give a number with 3 decimal places and a negative 
1374  sign if the number is negative, no sign if the number is positive. 
1374  sign if the number is negative, no sign if the number is positive. Since this is 


1375  identical to the behavior of C<{$c:%0.3f}> the use of this syntax is depricated. 
1375  
1376  
1376  C<!{$c:%0.3f}> determines the sign and prints it 
1377  C<?{$c:%0.3f}> determines the sign and prints it 
1377  whether the number is positive or negative. 
1378  whether the number is positive or negative. You can use this 


1379  to force an expression such as C<+5.456>. 
1378  
1380  
1379  =head3 EV2 
1381  =head3 EV2 
1380  
1382  
1381  TEXT(EV2(@text)); 
1383  TEXT(EV2(@text)); 
1382  
1384  