On Wed, Jun 25 2008, Flavien Lambert wrote:
> did not found a way to cut a number by group of three digits like the
> numprint command, e.g. 100 becomes 1 000 000. With the digits
> option 3, dots become thinmuskips. I would like to do something
> similar but automatically for groups of three

Dear all, I allow me to use this message for a related topic on the digits
command. I took a look at the manual on the digits command but did not
found a way to cut a number by group of three digits like
the numprint command, e.g. 100 becomes 1 000 000.
With the digits option 3, dots become

On Thu, Jun 19, 2008 at 10:10 PM, Morgan Brassel [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Hi everyone,
The \digits command is really great when it comes to typeset numbers in
different languages. However, I miss one functionality from the numprint
package in latex: when you type for example $e-5$, you get

Thank you, Wolfgang.
I have already read the This Way on your link very carefully.
In fact, I was looking for a solution to have
\digits{e-5} printed as 10^5
\digits{2e-5} printed as 2 . 10^5
Is it possible to do that? to detect if there is a number before the 'e'
in \digits?
Regards,
Morgan

Hi everyone,
The \digits command is really great when it comes to typeset numbers in
different languages. However, I miss one functionality from the numprint
package in latex: when you type for example $e-5$, you get 10^{-5} (with
no dot in front of it).
Would it be possible to add an option