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Old 18 January 2006, 04:16   #1
AmigaEd
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AmiDevCpp and Floats

Hello,

O.k. I'm trying to learn C and I've come up against something that I'm hoping someone can clarify for me.

From the Amiga C Manual tutorial. I have been working with ACM1/Gadgets/Example11.

Under gcc, I can compile Example11.c which contains the following line and then actually get the expected output.

printf("Hor= %1.0f\n", (float) my_prop_info.HorizPot / MAXPOT * 32);

If I try to compile Example11.c with the above line under AmiDevCpp v0.5 It just does not seem to work. I suspect that the problem is with the float (%f) type? Is there some other type that I should be using when trying to compile with AmiDevCpp?

Thank you,
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