Hi everyone,
In LaTeX, the numprint package provides the \numprint command, and is 
pretty useful when typing numbers. It is quite similar to the \digits 
ConTeXt command.
However, the two commands differ when it comes to this example:
\digits e-1

In this case, the \numprint command ommits the \cdot in front of the 
1O^-1, whereas \digits does not.

My question is: is it a deliberate choice?
If not, would it be possible to modify the \digits command in order to 
reproduce the behavior of \numprint?

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