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vrf O'scope update time

Question asked by halc on Oct 15, 2004
The last output pin "A" that is connected to your display is type Real64 and
the result pin is type Int32. asReal64(A+1) *should* clear things up, but it
doesn't. In this case the Result pin is type Real64 but you can see that the
data is still 1. The formula asReal64(A)+1 gives the correct result. I'm not
sure why though. A is already Real64.
-SHAWN-


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