Hi Eberhard,
well I'm not sure if I am right with the above
statement, since the types do not match (int vs double).
Is this converted during compiling or pure luck if 3.000
is shown?
Any hints?
Hi Eberhard, well I'm not sure if I am right with the above statement, since the types do not match (int vs double). Is this converted during compiling or pure luck if 3.000 is shown? Any hints?
Thanks, Michael
Hi Michael,
I think it's pure luck.
My lcc compiler makes this warning, if I write 3,25 instead 3.25:
"Warning printf argument mismatch for format f. Expected double got int"
The result is 0.000
What should i do?
Short answer: open an elementary C textbook.
Spoon-fed longer answer:
#include <stdio.h>
void show(double x)
{
/* note that the specifier is %f or %g, not %lf or %lg */
printf("total precision of 3 decimal places:\n %.3g\n", x);
printf("3 decimal places to right of decimal:\n %.3f\n\n", x);
}
int main(void)
{
show(3.25);
show(325);
show(.325);
show(3.2574);
show(3.2547);
return 0;
}
total precision of 3 decimal places:
3.25
3 decimal places to right of decimal:
3.250
total precision of 3 decimal places:
325
3 decimal places to right of decimal:
325.000
total precision of 3 decimal places:
0.325
3 decimal places to right of decimal:
0.325
total precision of 3 decimal places:
3.26
3 decimal places to right of decimal:
3.257
total precision of 3 decimal places:
3.25
3 decimal places to right of decimal:
3.255