In CRBasic programs, all declared variables are formatted as single-precision floating-point numbers by default. However, some applications require double-precision. This includes applications that involve mathematical processing where rounding errors must be eliminated, or situations where precise GPS coordinates are required. In this video, Collin Daly of Campbell Scientific describes the differences between single-precision and double-precision formats and how to implement double-precision calculations in a CRBasic program. 01:06 Difference Between Single-Precision and Double-Precision Accuracy 02:21 Using Double-Precision in CRBasic 04:48 Summary 01:06 Difference Between Single-Precision and Double-Precision Accuracy 02:21 Using Double-Precision in CRBasic 04:48 Summary

Length: 5:50
标签: Dataloggers CRBasic