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951 | /* fast integer to ascii */ | 951 | /* fast integer to ascii */ |

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953 | /* | 953 | /* |

954 | * This code is pretty complicated because it is general. The idea behind it, | 954 | * This code is pretty complicated because it is general. The idea behind it, |

955 | * however, is pretty simple: first, the number is multiplied with a scaling | 955 | * however, is pretty simple: first, the number is multiplied with a scaling |

956 | * factor (2**bits / 10**(digits-1)) to convert nthe integer into a fixed-point | 956 | * factor (2**bits / 10**(digits-1)) to convert the integer into a fixed-point |

957 | * number with the first digit in the upper bits. | 957 | * number with the first digit in the upper bits. |

958 | * Then this digit is converted to text and masked out. The resulting number | 958 | * Then this digit is converted to text and masked out. The resulting number |

959 | * is then multiplied by 10, by multiplying the fixed point representation | 959 | * is then multiplied by 10, by multiplying the fixed point representation |

960 | * by 5 and shifting the (binary) decimal point one to the right, so a 4.28 | 960 | * by 5 and shifting the (binary) decimal point one to the right, so a 4.28 |

961 | * format becomes 5.27, 6.26 and so on. | 961 | * format becomes 5.27, 6.26 and so on. |

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