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How to convert E10 notations to number?

aditsss
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Hi Team,

I am using below query to get my total closing balance

index="abc*" sourcetype=600000304_gg_abs_ipc2 " AssociationProcessor - compareTransformStatsData : statisticData: StatisticData" source="/amex/app/gfp-settlement-transform/logs/gfp-settlement-transform.log" |rex " AssociationProcessor - compareTransformStatsData : statisticData: StatisticData totalClosingBal=(?<totalClosingBal>)"|table _time  totalClosingBal| sort _time

I am getting current result as below:

7.71727634934E10

I want this E10 to be in actual numbers which can be done by below logic:

7.71727634934 × 1010

Can someone guide me how can I do this in splunk query.

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Assuming you have extracted the closing balance to the totalClosingBal field, you could try this

| eval bal=tonumber(mvindex(split(totalClosingBal,"E"),0)) * pow(10,tonumber(mvindex(split(totalClosingBal,"E"),1)))

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Assuming you have extracted the closing balance to the totalClosingBal field, you could try this

| eval bal=tonumber(mvindex(split(totalClosingBal,"E"),0)) * pow(10,tonumber(mvindex(split(totalClosingBal,"E"),1)))
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