m26k9 <maduranga.liyanage@n_o_s_p_a_m.gmail.com> wrote:
> I think I got it now.
> The SHARC uses IEEE single-precision format.
> So what I need to do is to write is as a decimal without an exponent, and
> round it to the possible integer?
> For example, the value is 2.345e-5, I write it as 0.00002345, which
> converted to fixed-point will give zero.
> If I had 2.345e+5, then I write 234500, so my fixed-point value is 234500.
Well, except that you do that in binary, instead of decimal.
That is, it is rounded in binary.