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03/15/12 04:08
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#186687 - re: just a question of readability
Responding to: Per Westermark's previous message
Per Westermark said:

But when the goal is to create a specific character, it is a big advantage for a reader that your source code also uses characters.

It isn't obvious for a reader that 0x30 happens to be the ASCII code for the character zero.

Yes you're right. thanks

List of 19 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
I'm having problems calculating negative float values      Jeremy Vella      03/14/12 12:26      
   float values?      Erik Malund      03/14/12 13:11      
      65536 no      Anders Sandström      03/14/12 14:29      
      negative float numbers      Jeremy Vella      03/14/12 14:38      
         Two comparisons      Per Westermark      03/14/12 15:06      
         Insufficient justification      Andy Neil      03/16/12 00:12      
            re:insufficient justification      Jeremy Vella      03/16/12 02:45      
   how are numbers transmitted?      Stefan KAnev      03/14/12 15:49      
      serial Tx code      Jeremy Vella      03/14/12 16:13      
         Data type?      Per Westermark      03/14/12 19:41      
         Data type?      Per Westermark      03/14/12 19:41      
            serialangle data type      Jeremy Vella      03/15/12 02:43      
               Just a question of readability      Per Westermark      03/15/12 02:54      
                  re: just a question of readability      Jeremy Vella      03/15/12 04:08      
               why do you keep babbeling about 'float'      Erik Malund      03/15/12 07:59      
                  float reason      Jeremy Vella      03/15/12 08:30      
                     fixed point        Maarten Brock      03/15/12 08:54      
                        re:fixed point      Jeremy Vella      03/15/12 18:16      
               typecast      Stefan KAnev      03/15/12 08:07      

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