G format question
What is the correct output for the following:
a = 0.0
It seems that there may be an ambiguity in the standard when Gw.d is specified
with d=0. I am looking at draft F2003 standard. I don't think it is much
different from F95.
Several compilers give some form of error on this, but it seems sensible to
output 0.E+00 or 0. like Fw.d does.
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