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SubjectRe: printk ?
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.

Coy Hile
"Theirs not to reason why; theirs but to do...."
Tennyson, "Charge of the Light Brigade"

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