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Non integer .ValueEx(i,j) values

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I have a simple graph function I am developing which resets all values with 

.ClearData(COD_ALLVALUES) for example.

At which point, when I try to assign .ValueEx(i,j) values to a temp Long

variable, I get a scientific number such as 1.8063E+1 I tried using

Round(.ValueEx(i,j)) but to no avail....

How would I go about fixing this? All of my values are solid numbers with no

decimal places.

Thank you in advance


Carl Hultay


Look Communications (Toronto)

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