How to convert scientific notation to standard?

Hello,
I have a text file with data like this:
*Name: 1
55.0021 1.1E1
103.9542 4.0E1
…Name: 1
…*I want to convert the numbers in scientific notation into standard decimals. There is no other way for me to export the data. So I need to do it here. Could you help me?
Thanks!

depending on your real data and that you have python script plugin installed
this might do what you wanteditor.rereplace('\d+?\.\d+?E\*\d', lambda m: float(m.group()))

@Ekopalypse said in How to convert scientific notation to standard?:
editor.rereplace(‘\d+?.\d+?E*\d’, lambda m: float(m.group()))
I just installed the plugin and tried the code. It works perectly. Thanks a lot!

@Ekopalypse
great idea. The scientific notation in my doc is slightly different, It has:1.0000E001
and
1.0000E+001as examples.
What should the script be please? 
Instead of
*
, which looks for 0 or more minus signs (I personally would have used?
, so it’s 0 or 1), use[+]?
, which would be 0 or 1 minus or plus signs. And then instead of the final\d
, use\d+
to allow more than one digit in the exponent. 
@PeterJones thanks. If I’m understanding correctly, this should be the final script:
editor.rereplace('\d+?\.\d+?E\[+]?\d+', lambda m: float(m.group()))
but it doesn’t seem to do anything to my doc. Have I made a mistake?

@BenMcmillan
m.group()
needs to take an integer as its first and only argument.
For example,m.group(0)
returns the full text of the match, andm.group(n)
returns then^th
capture group. 
This regex will capture all scientific notation numbers, and can also handle leading + signs and number with leading decimal points:
([+]?(?:\d+(?:\.\d*)?\.\d+)(?:[eE][+]?\d+)?)
Seriously, everyone should just write that down somewhere so they can look it up in times of need.