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posted by jalgorta - Spain, 2015-05-06 13:45  - Posting: # 14762
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» this may be a dumb question, but I note that Spain uses comma as decimal separator while the US default is a dot. While it sounds trivial to get a dot converted to a comma on import it is anything but. Especially when you have locale settings for both the OS as well as for the compiler used to built the software you are using. So could this come down to a plain comma/dot mismatch in one of Nonlin's importer/helper functions?

Hi ElMaestro, good point (and sometimes works)...but unfortunately before the posting I tried with comma, dot, and without decimals!!! Yesterday I spent more than 10 hours with the trial & error methodology...

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