I did mean 32.768Khz and not just hz.
If you mean 32768Khz then would be something like 32768000 hz. I guess you cannot get 32768000Hz from a microprocessor running at 16Mhz. I guess you really meant 32768Hz.
This is a real pain in the rear that happens between USA syntax and European syntax. You see, in the US we use . to mean a fraction of a number whereas in Europe you use ,
We use , to seperate groups of thousand powers where as you use .
So you see, it's totally backwards. When we mean 32768Hz we write 32.768KHz and you would write 32,768Khz
This is REALLY annoying. It's hard to know what people mean when you can't count on the same syntax.
But since we in the US are ALWAYS right you should just get used to it! ;-)
(I'm ducking now and heading for the exit!)