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I am working on a calculation that needs to be able output
the product with a precision of at minimum of 10 digits behind the decimal point. I have been able to get 6 digits using standard output. Does any one know how I might be able to do this? Without ending up with something like
3.3333e-05
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double a = 0.123456789;
printf("%.10e", a);
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Or printf("%.10f", a);

printf("%.10g", a);
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"f", did it thanks
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