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lr_convert_double_to_double

Formats the string representation of a double value using a printf-style format specifier.

C Language

int lr_convert_double_to_double( char *source_param_name, char *format_string, char * target_param_name );
Example: lr_convert_double_to_double Parameter Functions

Arguments

Name Comments
source_param_name The name of the parameter containing the double to be reformatted.
format_string A printf-style format specifier.
target_param_name The parameter to contain the reformatted string.

lr_convert_double_to_double formats the string representation of a double value using a printf-style format specifier. The target parameter is created if it does not exist.

The maximum length of the output string to be written to target_param_name is 63 characters. Create your format string accordingly.

If the input string is not a pure number string, as many characters as possible are converted. The rest are ignored. A string that does not begin with a character that can be converted causes an error.

For example:

Return Values

This function returns LR_PASS (0) on success, and LR_FAIL (1) on failure.

Parameterization

Standard parameterization is not available for this function.