Checks if the decimal point in numeric expressions has a zero before it, a zero before the decimal point increases the readability of the code The following example shows what will be reported and what should be used instead:

threshold = .5;
value_x   = .1e9;

% Instead use:
threshold = 0.5;
value_x   = 0.1e9;

This check has an auto-fixer as well. Clicking the Fix all button in the report fixes all violations for this check, clicking the Fix all in this file button fixes all violations for this check for one file. The Fix on this line button applies the fix on one indivual line. For more information, see section Automatic fixes.

Exemption tag: %@ok<CZBDP>