Hi ferdiWUR,

There are two terminologies on exponential in dataTaker.

One represents Euler number 2.718, you can use E in dataTaker to call on this number. While the other represents the exponent of 10 (i.e.: 3.45e-6), please use E or e in this case.

In dEX 2.0 programming, you can add the E or e directly to your number.

As you can see E can represent both Euler and the exponent of 10, if you need to declare the former then declare it alone.

Best regards,

dataTaker Expert

Hi ferdiWUR,
There are two terminologies on exponential in dataTaker.
One represents Euler number 2.718, you can use E in dataTaker to call on this number. While the other represents the exponent of 10 (i.e.: 3.45e-6), please use E or e in this case.
In dEX 2.0 programming, you can add the E or e directly to your number.
As you can see E can represent both Euler and the exponent of 10, if you need to declare the former then declare it alone.
Best regards,
dataTaker Expert