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I am reading in real data values in a FORTRAN program that are something like 23.134. The problem is that the program adds extra numbers on the end to make it 8bit, so I end up with 23.13451. This is throwing everything off. Is there a way to make the values have trailing 0s instead of random numbers, so that they read 23.13400? I unfortunately need to have 3 decimal places for this particular project, so using 4 bit reals isn't going to work.

Thanks for the help,

Tom

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