I am having a terrible time time to figure out how to work with decimals.
I purchased one of the MS5607 Altimeters, which came with example code... but its completely formatted to displaying string output.
I can get a value from the altimeter driver, which returns a non-decimal (i.e. 87594 = 875.94ft), by doing this:
CM := alt.altitude(alt.average_press) ' Get the current altitude in cm, from new average local pressure.
ST := alt.convert(CM, alt#FEET) ' Record starting elevation, use alt.convert to change CM to FT
but if I try to divide by 100 or multiply by 0.01, it drops the decimal value and 87594 becomes 875 instead of 875.94.
I have tried using local var, byte, long and float.... I revisited the PEkit book and tried floatmath with fmath.fmul and fmath.fdiv. but those return a crazy value.
I could just use the non-decimal value, but I find it odd that I cannot work with or display a remainder.
What am I missing?