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 ''"#​.#​0E*+3"'':​ When a number is present after the exponent letter, it activates engineering mode, and indicates a preferred exponent. All numbers will display using the requested exponent (engineering mode with a fixed exponent). The preferred exponent can be in the range -21 to +21, and has to be a multiple of 3. When using engineering mode with a preferred exponent, the asterisk will always suppress the exponent (not only when it's zero). ''"#​.#​0E*+3"'':​ When a number is present after the exponent letter, it activates engineering mode, and indicates a preferred exponent. All numbers will display using the requested exponent (engineering mode with a fixed exponent). The preferred exponent can be in the range -21 to +21, and has to be a multiple of 3. When using engineering mode with a preferred exponent, the asterisk will always suppress the exponent (not only when it's zero).
  
-''"#​.#​0E*+#"'':​ When the preferred exponent is expressed as a numeral ​sign, it activates engineering mode without a preferred exponent. The displayed number will have an exponent multiple of 3, chosen by the system to ensure the integer part of the mantissa is between 1 and 999.+''"#​.#​0E*+#"'':​ When the preferred exponent is expressed as a numeral ​symbol, it activates engineering mode without a preferred exponent. The displayed number will have an exponent multiple of 3, chosen by the system to ensure the integer part of the mantissa is between 1 and 999. 
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