LED FM Radio Tuner

I have created a sketch which displays the frequency tuned (87.9 - 107.9) on eight leds . This includes a decimal point. This code uses a three loop system to display results.See figure below.

100 90 80 8 4 2 1 o o o o o o o o DP

My question is : Do you see any other uses for code like this?

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I can’t see how you can display, say, 88.3 with that arrangement.

BCD (binary coded decimal)

Could you, maybe, show how with that arrangement of LEDs, 88.3 would be displayed?

88.3 would be displayed like this:

First of all there are three runs thru the loop procedure.

On the first loop the 800 or 80 is selected along with the tens position 8 giving you 88
next the decimal point is selected
next the 3 which is in the tenths position

That’s about it!

AWOL: Could you, maybe, show how with that arrangement of LEDs, 88.3 would be displayed?

I wasn't attempting to rebut your observation (Reply #1)

ejalogic: 88.3 would be displayed like this:

First of all there are three runs thru the loop procedure.

On the first loop the 800 or 80 is selected along with the tens position 8 giving you 88 next the decimal point is selected next the 3 which is in the tenths position

That's about it!

Still not seeing it. Maybe a picture?