## digitalmars.D.learn - Convert strings with different format to float

- Tom Kazimiers (52/52) Sep 08 2010 Hi,
- Pelle (3/55) Sep 08 2010 You seem to have found a bug in to!float :-)
- Don (3/75) Sep 08 2010 Yes, it's a shocking bug. It's been fixed in svn for a couple of weeks,
- Tom Kazimiers (9/22) Sep 08 2010 Great! I am looking forward to that release :-). Any idea when it will
- Stanislav Blinov (4/11) Sep 08 2010 That won't really help against this bug: to!float("0.") will also
- Tom Kazimiers (4/18) Sep 08 2010 Ah, thanks, I must have missed that!

Hi, I try to read data in from a file. This data consist mainly of numbers and I have a hard time converting it to number type variables. Two data lines could look like this v 0 0 0 v 1.5 1.2 0 Now I want to parse those lines and call a method, the line in passed (as char[]) to it: int index = indexOf(line, "v "); if(index != -1) { vc++; float x = 0.0, y = 0.0, z = 0.0; char[][] vertexCoords = split( line[index+2 .. $] ); if (vertexCoords.length > 0) x = to!int(vertexCoords[0]); if (vertexCoords.length > 1) y = to!int(vertexCoords[1]); if (vertexCoords.length > 2) z = to!int(vertexCoords[2]); process_vertex(vc,x,y,z); return; } First I split the remaining characters (after "v ") into parts (here is probably dynamic copying included?). Then I want to convert each part to a float value. The problem I have is that I obviously need to use "to!int" for numbers with out decimal point and "to!float" for numbers with. But since those can be mixed I would ask for every part if there is a decimal point, e.g: if (vertexCoords.length > 0) { if (indexOf(vertexCoords[0], ".") != -1) x = to!float(vertexCoords[0]); else x = to!int(vertexCoords[0]); } Is there a more convient way to achieve that? I am coming from C++ and IIRC one could do there sth. like this: int index = line.find("v "); if(index != std::string::npos) { line.erase(0,index+1); vc++; float x,y,z = 0; std::istringstream ins; ins.str(line); ins >> x >> y >> z; process_vertex(vc,x,y,z); return; } That looks much cleaner to me (besides the ">>" operators). So I am looking for sth. similar in D :-). Maybe a to!float that can cope with numbers without decimal point. Cheers, Tom

Sep 08 2010

On 09/08/2010 09:23 AM, Tom Kazimiers wrote:Hi, I try to read data in from a file. This data consist mainly of numbers and I have a hard time converting it to number type variables. Two data lines could look like this v 0 0 0 v 1.5 1.2 0 Now I want to parse those lines and call a method, the line in passed (as char[]) to it: int index = indexOf(line, "v "); if(index != -1) { vc++; float x = 0.0, y = 0.0, z = 0.0; char[][] vertexCoords = split( line[index+2 .. $] ); if (vertexCoords.length> 0) x = to!int(vertexCoords[0]); if (vertexCoords.length> 1) y = to!int(vertexCoords[1]); if (vertexCoords.length> 2) z = to!int(vertexCoords[2]); process_vertex(vc,x,y,z); return; } First I split the remaining characters (after "v ") into parts (here is probably dynamic copying included?). Then I want to convert each part to a float value. The problem I have is that I obviously need to use "to!int" for numbers with out decimal point and "to!float" for numbers with. But since those can be mixed I would ask for every part if there is a decimal point, e.g: if (vertexCoords.length> 0) { if (indexOf(vertexCoords[0], ".") != -1) x = to!float(vertexCoords[0]); else x = to!int(vertexCoords[0]); } Is there a more convient way to achieve that? I am coming from C++ and IIRC one could do there sth. like this: int index = line.find("v "); if(index != std::string::npos) { line.erase(0,index+1); vc++; float x,y,z = 0; std::istringstream ins; ins.str(line); ins>> x>> y>> z; process_vertex(vc,x,y,z); return; } That looks much cleaner to me (besides the ">>" operators). So I am looking for sth. similar in D :-). Maybe a to!float that can cope with numbers without decimal point. Cheers, TomYou seem to have found a bug in to!float :-) to!float("123") works as expected, but to!float("0") bugs out. Huh!

Sep 08 2010

Pelle wrote:On 09/08/2010 09:23 AM, Tom Kazimiers wrote:Yes, it's a shocking bug. It's been fixed in svn for a couple of weeks, but we haven't made a release yet.Hi, I try to read data in from a file. This data consist mainly of numbers and I have a hard time converting it to number type variables. Two data lines could look like this v 0 0 0 v 1.5 1.2 0 Now I want to parse those lines and call a method, the line in passed (as char[]) to it: int index = indexOf(line, "v "); if(index != -1) { vc++; float x = 0.0, y = 0.0, z = 0.0; char[][] vertexCoords = split( line[index+2 .. $] ); if (vertexCoords.length> 0) x = to!int(vertexCoords[0]); if (vertexCoords.length> 1) y = to!int(vertexCoords[1]); if (vertexCoords.length> 2) z = to!int(vertexCoords[2]); process_vertex(vc,x,y,z); return; } First I split the remaining characters (after "v ") into parts (here is probably dynamic copying included?). Then I want to convert each part to a float value. The problem I have is that I obviously need to use "to!int" for numbers with out decimal point and "to!float" for numbers with. But since those can be mixed I would ask for every part if there is a decimal point, e.g: if (vertexCoords.length> 0) { if (indexOf(vertexCoords[0], ".") != -1) x = to!float(vertexCoords[0]); else x = to!int(vertexCoords[0]); } Is there a more convient way to achieve that? I am coming from C++ and IIRC one could do there sth. like this: int index = line.find("v "); if(index != std::string::npos) { line.erase(0,index+1); vc++; float x,y,z = 0; std::istringstream ins; ins.str(line); ins>> x>> y>> z; process_vertex(vc,x,y,z); return; } That looks much cleaner to me (besides the ">>" operators). So I am looking for sth. similar in D :-). Maybe a to!float that can cope with numbers without decimal point. Cheers, TomYou seem to have found a bug in to!float :-) to!float("123") works as expected, but to!float("0") bugs out. Huh!

Sep 08 2010

Hi, On 09/08/2010 05:38 PM, Don wrote:Pelle wrote:Great! I am looking forward to that release :-). Any idea when it will be available? For the mean time I will, as proposed, make a separate function that checks if there is a dot in it or not. Then I take to!float and to!int, respectively. Cheers, TomOn 09/08/2010 09:23 AM, Tom Kazimiers wrote:Yes, it's a shocking bug. It's been fixed in svn for a couple of weeks, but we haven't made a release yet.[ ..] Maybe a to!float that can cope with numbers without decimal point.You seem to have found a bug in to!float :-) to!float("123") works as expected, but to!float("0") bugs out. Huh!

Sep 08 2010

08.09.2010 20:46, Tom Kazimiers wrote:Great! I am looking forward to that release :-). Any idea when it will be available? For the mean time I will, as proposed, make a separate function that checks if there is a dot in it or not. Then I take to!float and to!int, respectively. Cheers, TomThat won't really help against this bug: to!float("0.") will also trigger assertion. You probably should just check if string contains single 0.

Sep 08 2010

On 09/08/2010 06:58 PM, Stanislav Blinov wrote:08.09.2010 20:46, Tom Kazimiers wrote:Ah, thanks, I must have missed that! Regards, TomGreat! I am looking forward to that release :-). Any idea when it will be available? For the mean time I will, as proposed, make a separate function that checks if there is a dot in it or not. Then I take to!float and to!int, respectively. Cheers, TomThat won't really help against this bug: to!float("0.") will also trigger assertion. You probably should just check if string contains single 0.

Sep 08 2010