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Unfortunately there isn't any way to control the output of ud/ud32. It simply uses Fprint() which uses the format string "%g" to print floats and doubles. What you are asking for sounds reasonable. As an alternative it wouldn't be hard to use a script (awk or otherwise) to convert the exponential formatted numbers to non-exponential format.
If you really need, I would suggest opening and enhancement request with Oracle Customer Support.
Oracle Tuxedo Chief Architect
PS ud/ud32 is really a pretty simple utility and replicating it yourself wouldn't be much work.
Thank you very much. We'll use awk for convert exponential format.