Yes, I should have pointed that out.

The division sign is calculated before the multiplication sign. From left to right, zero enters the equation, anything multiplied or divided by zero must result with a zero; additionally, dividing by zero is technically incorrect in any-case, and DBP is fussy about dividing or dividing by zero.

As shown with this snippet, the division is still calculated before the multiplication sign even from right to left.

Print 2 / 7 * 1.0
Print 1.0 * 2 / 7
Wait Key
Rem Both Zero

1.0 * 2 = 2.0 | 2.0 / 7 = 0.28574 but the integer division took place first which equates to zero, zero is then multiplied by 1.0.