> I am afraid the changes may separate "7.a" to "7" and "a", then error
> out
> with "invalid input syntax for type int" for "a".

Which is correct, is it not?

> How about changes as below? (use following the if to decide true or
> false)
> ...
>            return false;
> +            } while (isdigit(**scan_length));

Yes, this is certainly correct and better than what I committed. What
was I thinking yesterday?

I think the same function is used for identifying garbage in floats
which might ask for different logic. Let me check.

Michael Meskes
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