19.0.0 released Nov 08, 2023
P dbl

Purpose: Outputs a floating point number.

p-dbl <double number> [ bytes-written [ define ] <bytes written> ]

p-dbl outputs a floating point number expression given by <double number>. The output is sent to a client that made the request. If this is within write-string, then <double number> is output into the buffer that builds a new string.

Note that number must be of "dbl" type (which is "double" C type).

If "bytes-written" clause is used, then the number of bytes output will be in <bytes written>, which can be created with an optional "define".
Examples
To output a number to a client:
dbl x = 100.51;
p-dbl x

See also
Output
finish-output  
flush-output  
output-statement  
p-dbl  
pf-out  
pf-url  
pf-web  
p-num  
p-out  
p-path  
p-url  
p-web    
See all
documentation


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