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HelloThis code is part of a digital Total Fuel gauge that I had practice with:%((A:FUEL TOTAL QUANTITY WEIGHT, pounds) flr s0) %(l0)%!05d!%Could someone explaing me following: %(l0)%!05d!%I think it has to do with digital numbers displayed???????ThanksJuan

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Hi,flr s0 means: next smallest integer is stored in the value s0.This value is called in l0 and displayed as %!05d!%.So you read the total fuel quantity in pounds.For example there is 2000,6 lbs fuel left, but you read 02000 lbs.Jan"Beatus Ille Procul Negotiis"

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Hi,FYI you could just do %((A:FUEL TOTAL QUANTITY WEIGHT, pounds) flr)%!05d!%Which will give you the same effect.

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HiThanks both for your helpflr s0) %(l0)%!05d!%I knew what flr and s0 are used for and now %(l0) but still, was is acomplish with %!05d!%??? Let me be more specific, I have downloaded the panel SDK (not much in the XML section)and many otherinformation suggested in this forum I use FSpanel studio to at least learn some XML gauge programming. But when I come accross somethinglike %(l0)%!05d!% from what syntax table or description came from???Is there a book (there must be many), which one you recomend????Or are this secrets of the trade handle downd by word of.......e-mail?? Really, all what I want, at least, is an almost complete XML syntax tables with their information and usage with lots of examples....I guess I'm asking too much.....Thanks Juan

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