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Created attachment 5989 [details]
Short test program that tries to parse "350E-1"
Trying to parse "350E-1" should result in 35, but instead I get an exception thrown.
I have attached an example that runs using Microsoft .Net framework, but throws using Mono.
Fixed on master
I don't see it fixed on master!
on line 295 there is a comment saying "negative exponent not valid for Int32" followed by a check for the negativity of the exponent. This code needs to be rewritten to support negative exponents.
If the commit have not been pushed yet, then I apologize and the bug can be set to fixed again, I would though like a commit reference in that case.