Is it possible to get a decimal output from doing division in Bash? [duplicate]
I don’t see an answer to @vin’s problem, which is: But I am getting (standard_in) 1: syntax error The bc command prints (standard_in) … Read more
It is not a bug, it is intentional. It is doing a type of round to nearest (more on that later). With exactly … Read more
Inside [[…]] < is for string comparison. So [[ 3.56 < 2.90 ]] or [[ (3.56 < 2.90) ]] or [[ ((3.56 < … Read more
There is a special variable called scale. You can set this variable to limit the precision. EXAMPLE $ echo “300/7” | bc -l … Read more
Reading the bash man page gives the following information: for (( expr1 ; expr2 ; expr3 )) ; do list ; done First, … Read more
An explicit cast to double like this isn’t necessary: double trans = (double) trackBar1.Value / 5000.0; Identifying the constant as 5000.0 (or as … Read more
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