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This doesn't work for me, perl 5.8.6 on OS X, however with a little change it does:
for ( -0.1, -0.01, -0.001, -0.0001, -0.00001, -10, ) { my $num = sprintf "%0.1f", $_; $num = abs( $num ) if $num == 0; printf "%s --> %0.1f\n", $_, $num; }

In reply to Re^2: Negative zero? There's gotta be a sprintf that undoes that, right? by duckyd
in thread Negative zero? There's gotta be a sprintf that undoes that, right? by rgiskard

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