no decimals - how to ...

    Jul 05 2010 | 3:24 pm
    When Im for example are using the cv.jit.track object and are opening the helpfile an example comes up. the tracking number is very long and exact. how do I make this number not that exakt, without all the decimals?
    for example a number can be very long like: 103.942093 98.861748 1.
    what if I want to make this to only display the first two numbers like: 103 98
    and skip the last part after the dot .
    been searching the forum and in the tutorial but cant find any answer to this

    • Jul 05 2010 | 4:06 pm
      Round up to the nearest 1 with the [round ] object, or truncate to an integer using the [i ] object.
    • Jul 05 2010 | 4:24 pm
      now I get: 103. 94. 1.
      how do I get rid of the last 1. 103.942093 98.861748 [1.]
      or after using round 103. 94. [1.]
      / perik
    • Jul 05 2010 | 6:44 pm
      I'm assuming that these values are in a list? If so, just put them through [zl slice 2].
    • Jul 05 2010 | 11:56 pm
      If you want a bit more precision: multiply the long decimal by 100. (WITH the dot so it's a float calculation), use [round], then multiply by 0.01 to get back to the original range. This way you keep the next two digits, if you care...
      Also, any list can be put through a message box which simply says $1 $2. this will keep only the first two elements. you have up to $9 only though, so if you need more, look to the almighty [zl].
    • Jul 06 2010 | 8:06 am
      Isn't that the same as doing [round 0.01]?
    • Jul 06 2010 | 1:01 pm
      one last question. how do I do if i want to change the span?
      If Im by using the round object is getting the result: 103. 94.
      the highest result that is possible to get here is: 320 240
      so the span is between: 1->320 and 1->240
      what if I want to make the span instead between 1->107 and 1->80
      simply. How do I change tha span?
      I couldnt find this in the tutorials. are there any site you can recommend that is going through these recalculations?
      thanks once again?
    • Jul 06 2010 | 1:19 pm
      Try the scale object. It's all in the tutorials somewhere I think.
      Although I recommend doing the scaling in floating point, and then rounding to int after you have the desired output range.