Thank you very much for your insight in this R0J0hound!
However i dont quite understand your every word.
"When the events are processed to be usable by the runtime constants in expressions are collapsed. So "64999966 / 1000000" is evaluated and the result is used in place."
What are the runtime constants?
What does it mean that expressions are collapsed?
"You can also prevent constants from being combined when exporting and previewing by making a global number called "one" with a value of one and use that global in between constants. So your expression would look like:
64999966*one / 1000000"
Im not very good at construct.
Does this solution provide an accurate correct output?
Is there no other way around this, say for example an efficient way of just moving the decimal point to the left for example?
Thanks again, i really want to try and understand this.