Hello. May someone explain me this expression? N = Int(1e3)

I tryed reproduce this using 1\euler3 unicode, without success. May someone help me to understand this expression?

It’s a regular ascii e. It stands for “exponent” because the 3 is treated like 1.0 x 10^3

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How to do it in unicode? This is a source code block.

Just 1e3… It’s a regular “e” like the kind you used to write “unicode

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Yep. Its amazing. Did not knew that trick. I was thinking about an unicode char.