## TNXE6

Thanks a million. "E" is used in many programming languages to separate the mantissa and exponent of a floating-point constant so a number ending in "E6" means "times ten to the power six", i.e. times a million.

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Thanks a million. "E" is used in many programming languages to separate the mantissa and exponent of a floating-point constant so a number ending in "E6" means "times ten to the power six", i.e. times a million.

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Updated: Mon May 29 12:57:15 2017

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