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Old 02-10-2009, 01:38 PM   #806 (permalink)
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Code Question

I'm trying to track down why, when I'm coasting and the injectors are shut off, I see GPH rise to a very large number.

In this routine in v0.75:

void processInjClosed(void){      
  long t =  microSeconds();
  long x = elapsedMicroseconds(injHiStart, t)- parms[injectorSettleTimeIdx];       
  if(x >0)
    tmpTrip.injHius += x;       

  if (tmpInstInjStart != nil) {
    if(x >0)
      tmpInstInjTot += x;     
  } else {
    tmpInstInjStart = t;
  tmpInstInjEnd = t;
The variables t and x are declared as 'long'. Yet the functions being assigned to those vars are declared as 'unsigned long'. I am not familiar with how this compiler resolves assignment of dissimilar values. Will this introduce an error?
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