Howdy All! I need to combine two 16-bit values into a single 32-bit float. That is, I have a float (32 bits)that has been broken into two shorts (16 bits each) and I need to recombine the shorts to recreate the value. It's easy to make an int out of them, but you can't use bit operators on a floating point number. Thanks! Pa
Post by:Darrin Cartwright
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Note to self: Check out the Float.intBitsToFloat() method! Sorry about the post, but thanks for lookin! Pa
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