In previous definitions of a Satoshi, I only saw the decimal place in front of the 0's and the #1 (.0001), but no 0's after the #1 and that's confusing to me. If however you also put the 0's behind the #1 it makes much more sense to me: Ex. .0000100000 BTC = 100,000.00 Satoshis. I can now see the number value of Satoshi based on the number of 0's behind the #1!
1BTC = 100,000,000.00 Satoshi, is this a accurate understanding?