Does AVR Supports Floating point values up till 2decimal; places?
if yea then which series
[something sensible added to thread title - in future try to use a thread title that gives some clue as to what the topic is about]
All of them
Yes and no. AVR has no floating point hardware to speed things up, it is all done in software which is slower. The math library does it all for you. If you need two decimal places, just use integers and multiply everything by 100.
Do you have any tutorial regarding it...??
Yes we do.
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Now that this thread is done and many of us have been distracted from their work by a completey senseless topic title ("Please help Important"), may we ask if we can return to our not-so-important things like coding for money or whatever?
If this issue is that important for you, what was even more important to block you from trying to learn stuff available on the web before asking such a question?
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its a forum what a big deal if posted so....i needed urgent help i was stack in my project and want some urgent solution....thanks to those who helped....
Help! I need to get to work this morning, and someone said I could use the big smelly hunk of steel in the driveway. Do you have any tutorial or example? Its urgent.
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Bob, now is it urgent for you, or important, as for the OP? This would lead to maybe totally different answers... ;-) [not that i'd be tempted to help in either case if someone approached me with such problem attributes without a sign of having done the least bit himself...]
Maybe clean the big hunk of steel so it's not so smelly? Or is it only smelly when in use? You didn't indicate what compiler you will be using and what the target location is you need to get to.
Or is it only smelly when in use? You didn't indicate what compiler you will be using
Richard won't like that.
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its a forum what a big deal if posted so....i needed urgent help i was stack in my project and want some urgent solution....
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I have made several tutorials on how to leave the smelly hunk of rusty, smelly steel in your driveway and get to work under clean and refreshing human power. I can't help you with the internal combustion smog maker, but if you want to try a cleaner source of transportation, I will be glad to help!
Is it still urgent being the weekend and all?
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