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Old 10-17-2016, 12:02 PM   #14 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by skybolt View Post
Also, since format takes a long, what do you do to format strings? I'll admit I haven't yet looked for strings, I'm just working on hijacking your serial out string to send it as json.
My format() routine calls my SWEET64 pseudoprocessor with a round function/decimal conversion function to round off the unsigned long number according to the decimal place specified by uint8_t ndp, and then to convert the input from hex into a chain of binary-coded decimal bytes for output.

After that, all it does is expand the output of the SWEET64 binary-coded decimal chain into an output ASCII string.

The string output is left in mBuff1
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