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Subject: [aclug-L] Re: C problem redux....
From: Brian Chapman <tchapman@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 05 Mar 2000 11:02:47 -0600
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> Here's the output:
> number: 5.333009
> number: 349440.000000
> Where on earth is it getting 349440.000000 ? I get the same results when
> I try atof(number). Sunday is an odd day, right?
> Larry Bottorff

right. that's because the default precision specifier for floating point
is '%1.6f'. if you don't want all those decimal places printed use
something like '1.2' or '1.0'.

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