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PRTNUM Function

Posted on 2003-10-23
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Can't seem to find any documentation on prtnum function.  The fuction is set up like so:

    prtnum(tot_var,"90.00");

...where tot_var is a number equal to:  2.218333333

Does the "90.00" tell the prtnum function to round this number??
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there is no such standard C library function ...
If you ever used this function before, it may be provided by some library or some application that you were working on
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As sunnycodder said.......

it is not in a standard library.......

Try checking the header where it is declared to see if there is any mention about where it belongs to, to which library, or anything that can help ....
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Thanks, sunnycoder and tinchos!  
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