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also accept numbers without dot/decimals for parsing, fixes transaction filter row

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Wladimir J. van der Laan 11 years ago
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      src/qt/bitcoinunits.cpp

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src/qt/bitcoinunits.cpp

@ -119,17 +119,33 @@ QString BitcoinUnits::formatWithUnit(int unit, qint64 amount, bool plussign) @@ -119,17 +119,33 @@ QString BitcoinUnits::formatWithUnit(int unit, qint64 amount, bool plussign)
bool BitcoinUnits::parse(int unit, const QString &value, qint64 *val_out)
{
if(!valid(unit))
return false; // Refuse to parse invalid unit
if(!valid(unit) || value.isEmpty())
return false; // Refuse to parse invalid unit or empty string
int num_decimals = decimals(unit);
QStringList parts = value.split(".");
if(parts.size() != 2 || parts.at(1).size() > num_decimals)
return false; // Max num decimals
if(parts.size() > 2)
{
return false; // More than one dot
}
QString whole = parts[0];
QString decimals;
if(parts.size() > 1)
{
decimals = parts[1];
}
if(decimals.size() > num_decimals)
{
return false; // Exceeds max precision
}
bool ok = false;
QString str = parts[0] + parts[1].leftJustified(num_decimals, '0');
if(str.size()>18)
return false; // Bounds check
QString str = whole + decimals.leftJustified(num_decimals, '0');
if(str.size() > 18)
{
return false; // Longer numbers will exceed 63 bits
}
qint64 retvalue = str.toLongLong(&ok);
if(val_out)
{

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