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Re: BASH question



Andy Green wrote:
M.Lewis wrote:

I thought this was simple, but I've not yet been able to figure out what is wrong.

#!/bin/sh

PERMINUTE=$((28.95/432000))

No floating point support :-)  But even then, be liberal with spaces

PERMINUTE=$(( 29 / 432000 ))

-Andy


Thanks Andy, that resolved the error, but returns $PERMINUTE as 0. It should be something like .00067xxxxx. Is there a way to do that?

Thanks,
Mike


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