Need help printing 6 digit value after decimal point

Need help please solve my problem:

How i can get the 6 digit value after decimal using hx711 24 bit in arduino. need microgram values in below flowing code. if anybody have a solution please suggest me or edit following code

 /*
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   HX711_ADC
   Arduino library for HX711 24-Bit Analog-to-Digital Converter for Weight Scales
   Olav Kallhovd sept2017
   -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
*/

/*
   This example file shows how to calibrate the load cell and optionally store the calibration
   value in EEPROM, and also how to change the value manually.
   The result value can then later be included in your project sketch or fetched from EEPROM.

   To implement calibration in your project sketch the simplified procedure is as follow:
       LoadCell.tare();
       //place known mass
       LoadCell.refreshDataSet();
       float newCalibrationValue = LoadCell.getNewCalibration(known_mass);
*/

#include <HX711_ADC.h>
#include <EEPROM.h>

//pins:
const int HX711_dout = A4; //mcu > HX711 dout pin
const int HX711_sck = A5; //mcu > HX711 sck pin

//HX711 constructor:
HX711_ADC LoadCell(HX711_dout, HX711_sck);

const int calVal_eepromAdress = 0;
long t;

void setup() {
  Serial.begin(115200); delay(10);
  Serial.println();
  Serial.println("Starting...");

  LoadCell.begin();
  long stabilizingtime = 2000; // preciscion right after power-up can be improved by adding a few seconds of stabilizing time
  boolean _tare = false; //set this to false if you don't want tare to be performed in the next step
  LoadCell.start(stabilizingtime, _tare);
  if (LoadCell.getTareTimeoutFlag() || LoadCell.getSignalTimeoutFlag()) {
    Serial.println("Timeout, check MCU>HX711 wiring and pin designations");
    while (1);
  }
  else {
    LoadCell.setCalFactor(1.0); // user set calibration value (float), initial value 1.0 may be used for this sketch
    Serial.println("Startup is complete");
  }
  while (!LoadCell.update());
  calibrate(); //start calibration procedure
}

void loop() {
  static boolean newDataReady = 0;
  const int serialPrintInterval = 500; //increase value to slow down serial print activity

  // check for new data/start next conversion:
  if (LoadCell.update()) newDataReady = true;

  // get smoothed value from the dataset:
  if (newDataReady) {
    if (millis() > t + serialPrintInterval) {
      float i = LoadCell.getData();
      Serial.print("Load_cell output val: ");
      Serial.println(i);
      newDataReady = 0;
      t = millis();
    }
  }

  // receive command from serial terminal
  if (Serial.available() > 0) {
    float i;
    char inByte = Serial.read();
    if (inByte == 't') LoadCell.tareNoDelay(); //tare
    else if (inByte == 'r') calibrate(); //calibrate
    else if (inByte == 'c') changeSavedCalFactor(); //edit calibration value manually
  }

  // check if last tare operation is complete
  if (LoadCell.getTareStatus() == true) {
    Serial.println("Tare complete");
    
  }

}

void calibrate() {
  Serial.println("***");
  Serial.println("Start calibration:");
  Serial.println("Place the load cell an a level stable surface.");
  Serial.println("Remove any load applied to the load cell.");
  Serial.println("Send 't' from serial monitor to set the tare offset.");

  boolean _resume = false;
  while (_resume == false) {
    LoadCell.update();
    if (Serial.available() > 0) {
      if (Serial.available() > 0) {
        float i;
        char inByte = Serial.read();
        if (inByte == 't') LoadCell.tareNoDelay();
      }
    }
    if (LoadCell.getTareStatus() == true) {
      Serial.println("Tare complete");
      _resume = true;
      Serial.print("Tare Offset: ");
    Serial.println(LoadCell.getTareOffset());
    }
  }

  Serial.println("Now, place your known mass on the loadcell.");
  Serial.println("Then send the weight of this mass (i.e. 100.0) from serial monitor.");

  float known_mass = 0;
  _resume = false;
  while (_resume == false) {
    LoadCell.update();
    if (Serial.available() > 0) {
      known_mass = Serial.parseFloat();
      if (known_mass != 0) {
        Serial.print("Known mass is: ");
        Serial.println(known_mass);
        _resume = true;
      }
    }
  }

  LoadCell.refreshDataSet(); //refresh the dataset to be sure that the known mass is measured correct
  float newCalibrationValue = LoadCell.getNewCalibration(known_mass); //get the new calibration value

  Serial.print("New calibration value has been set to: ");
  Serial.print(newCalibrationValue);
  Serial.println(", use this as calibration value (calFactor) in your project sketch.");
  Serial.print("Save this value to EEPROM adress ");
  Serial.print(calVal_eepromAdress);
  Serial.println("? y/n");

  _resume = false;
  while (_resume == false) {
    if (Serial.available() > 0) {
      char inByte = Serial.read();
      if (inByte == 'y') {
#if defined(ESP8266)|| defined(ESP32)
        EEPROM.begin(512);
#endif
        EEPROM.put(calVal_eepromAdress, newCalibrationValue);
#if defined(ESP8266)|| defined(ESP32)
        EEPROM.commit();
#endif
        EEPROM.get(calVal_eepromAdress, newCalibrationValue);
        Serial.print("Value ");
        Serial.print(newCalibrationValue);
        Serial.print(" saved to EEPROM address: ");
        Serial.println(calVal_eepromAdress);
        _resume = true;

      }
      else if (inByte == 'n') {
        Serial.println("Value not saved to EEPROM");
        _resume = true;
      }
    }
  }

  Serial.println("End calibration");
  Serial.println("***");
  Serial.println("To re-calibrate, send 'r' from serial monitor.");
  Serial.println("For manual edit of the calibration value, send 'c' from serial monitor.");
  Serial.println("***");
}

void changeSavedCalFactor() {
  float oldCalibrationValue = LoadCell.getCalFactor();
  boolean _resume = false;
  Serial.println("***");
  Serial.print("Current value is: ");
  Serial.println(oldCalibrationValue);
  Serial.println("Now, send the new value from serial monitor, i.e. 696.0");
  float newCalibrationValue;
  while (_resume == false) {
    if (Serial.available() > 0) {
      newCalibrationValue = Serial.parseFloat();
      if (newCalibrationValue != 0) {
        Serial.print("New calibration value is: ");
        Serial.println(newCalibrationValue);
        LoadCell.setCalFactor(newCalibrationValue);
        _resume = true;
      }
    }
  }
  _resume = false;
  Serial.print("Save this value to EEPROM adress ");
  Serial.print(calVal_eepromAdress);
  Serial.println("? y/n");
  while (_resume == false) {
    if (Serial.available() > 0) {
      char inByte = Serial.read();
      if (inByte == 'y') {
#if defined(ESP8266)|| defined(ESP32)
        EEPROM.begin(512);
#endif
        EEPROM.put(calVal_eepromAdress, newCalibrationValue);
#if defined(ESP8266)|| defined(ESP32)
        EEPROM.commit();
#endif
        EEPROM.get(calVal_eepromAdress, newCalibrationValue);
        Serial.print("Value ");
        Serial.print(newCalibrationValue);
        Serial.print(" saved to EEPROM address: ");
        Serial.println(calVal_eepromAdress);
        _resume = true;
      }
      else if (inByte == 'n') {
        Serial.println("Value not saved to EEPROM");
        _resume = true;
      }
    }
  }
  Serial.println("End change calibration value");
  Serial.println("***");
}

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dear i am beginner please edit my code and send me if any error in code.

Hello, do yourself a favour and please read How to get the best out of this forum and modify your post accordingly

➜ please edit your post, select the code part and press the </> icon in the tool bar to mark it as code. It's barely readable as it stands. (also make sure you indented the code in the IDE before copying, that's done by pressing ctrlT on a PC or cmdT on a Mac)

Is something like this what you're looking for?

Serial.println(known_mass,6);

thanks my brother

curious what system you have with microgram precision... care to share details?

1 kg loadcell, atmega328 microcontroller,hx711 24 bit,

24 bit is 1part in ~ 16,700,000 .

A micro gram on a 1kg scale is 1part in 1000,000,000.

So 24 bit isn’t enough , but the load cell won’t resolve to that degree anyway , due to hysteresis and repeatability of the block and strain gauge . Think you’ll be very lucky to see 1/100 gram.
This is a good quality cell , costs around $200 , note accuracy