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SubjectRe: printk ?
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Siddharth Srivastav sez....
> hi all,
> just a short query, why does printk("%f",x) not work for me?
> on the other hand, it is accepting all other format types (%s, , %d) etc.
> I am using 2.2.*
> Please Cc me as i am not on the list.
> Thanking you all.
>
printk is kernel level. Therefore, it does not support floating point
operations, as some processors may use other facilities to support
such operations.

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