Hi, I am working on a project and need floating point. However, MathFP can only be used for non-commercial work. I see they have a link for a license for commercial work but it does not work. Can anyone recommend something else? Thanks!
Joined: Jan 22, 2004
What are you using floats for? In almost all cases, there are ways around it. Perhaps if you could post some code/ more details, I could be of assistance.
Joined: Sep 23, 2004
I want to make a pinball game and have some ideas that I need to try out. Happen to know of any tutorials on making a pinball game without floating point capability?
Joined: Nov 14, 2000
You can use this strategy.
Make your number * 2048 or some other big 2's power, after calculation, change it back to the original one by dividing the same factor.
Just as good as floating point number and cheap in both money and efficiency sense.