I am getting unexpected results when I am converting a double to an unsigned integer using a BF548M and Compiler version 5.0 ( -double-size-64 switch is on). My code is pretty simple; I'm trying to set the TWI CLKDIV register based on a frequency passed into the function, so it looks like this:
// freq_in = 100000 (integer)
double temp = (10000000.0 / (double)freq_in) ;
clk_hi = (unsigned short) ( ( temp / 2 )+ .5 );
clk_low = (unsigned short)( temp / 2 );
The problem is that clk_hi and clk_lo always come back as zero. I've stepped through the code when it's running, and it is calling the ___float64_to_unsigned_int32 library function.
What am I doing wrong?
RE: Floating point to integer conversion error by JG.9872:
Solved it. I was linking in f64ftoi32.asm, not f64toi32.asm.