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Am i blind or there is NO double in j2me?
 
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No, you are not blind. There are no floating point types in MIDP. As a work around you can use the MathFP package from http://www.jscience.net/ or wait for MIDP 2.0 which will have support for floats and doubles.
You may want to take a look at http://wireless.java.sun.com/midp/ttips/fixpoint/
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Originally posted by Michael Jaeger:
No, you are not blind. There are no floating point types in MIDP. As a work around you can use the MathFP package from http://www.jscience.net/ or wait for MIDP 2.0 which will have support for floats and doubles.
You may want to take a look at http://wireless.java.sun.com/midp/ttips/fixpoint/
Cheers
Michael


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You can also use Float class from J2ME section of my site http://henson.newmail.ru

Originally posted by Henry Karpynskyi:
Am i blind or there is NO double in j2me?

 
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