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From: "Kenneth A. Strom" <therelic AT netzero DOT net>
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Subject: Float Question
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I know you can set integers in C to be compatible for different
compilers by determining the range in the limits.h, but is there a way
to do it with float and double?

Also, is there any bigger integers that 4byte?

Ken.
therelic AT netzero DOT net


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