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Thread: 24-bit to ASCII
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Jinx wrote:
>I seem to be havving trouble with this routine

:) wayback machine, anyway as Dennis noted the routine assumes decimal radix,
however looking back I think there might be an bug somewhere in that code, it
was a very long time ago since I touched it but I found the attached code in an old archive of mine. You might need to change your code accordingly. The memory alludes me to pinpoint the exact error, but I think it might
have something to do with decimal point handling for the last few digits (guessing here).

The attched code have a few 18X instructions but it's not fully converted.


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