# Remove number before decimal

Hello, I need little help. In my project, I have float number like 0.54 and i need print .54

How can I do this? Already tried convert float to string and remove function, but that is not working for me

My actual code here:

``````void ProgOut(byte id, float val) {
switch (id) {
case 5: lcd1.setCursor(0, 0);  if (val >= 1) {
lcd1.clear(); lcd1.print("SPD"); lcd1.setCursor(0, 1); if (val < 100) lcd1.print('0');
if (val < 10) lcd1.print('0'); lcd1.print(int(val));
} else {
lcd1.setCursor(0, 0); if (val < 1) lcd1.clear();  lcd1.print("MCH"); lcd1.setCursor(0, 1); lcd1.print(val);
}
}
}
``````

Would something like this work for you?

``````void setup()
{
Serial.begin(9600);

}

void loop()
{
float val = 0.54;
int tmp = val * 100; // after moving decimal point 2 places right
Serial.println(tmp); // converting to integer throws away
// the fraction (truncates)
while(1); // press reset button to repeat
}
``````

Not work for me :( i received from 0.54 this: 54 and two chinese chars :D i need decimal number with point, but without leading zero. This number never exceed 0,99.

After this

``````lcd1.setCursor(0, 1);
``````

try this:

``````int valh = val * 100;                // multiply by 100 and cast to int
if (valh>=100) lcd1.print(valh/100); // print whole part if necessary
lcd1.print('.');                     // decimal point
if ((valh%100)<10) lcd1.print('0');  // zero for decimals .00 through .09
lcd1.print(valh%100);                // hundredths
``````

``````Serial.print('.');
``````

in the appropriate place, and properly post your current code.

The Serial.print('.') will give you the missing decimal point. I need to see your code to understand why you are seeing the Chinese characters. Perhaps the Chinese characters were already on the screen?

Ah, formating working well now, but value is not updating… only value after else updating (data stream with value working well).

``````case 4:
if (val < 1) {
lcd1.setCursor(0, 1);
int valh = val * 100;
if (valh >= 100) lcd1.print(valh / 100);
lcd1.print('.');
if ((valh % 100) < 10) lcd1.print('0');
lcd1.print(valh % 100);
}
else {
lcd1.setCursor(0, 1);
if (val < 100) lcd1.print('0');
if (val < 10) lcd1.print('0');
lcd1.print(int(val));
}
break;
``````

How can one possibly help except as a guess? In the snippet of code shown, there is no updating, and there is val and valh but no value.

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Good Luck!

``````#include <Wire.h>
//================================
#include <ArdSimX_Interface.h>          //  -- ArdSimX library http://svglobe.com/ardsimx/files/ArdSimX_Interface.zip
//================================

LiquidCrystal_I2C lcd1(0x27, 16, 2); // i2c address 0x27
LiquidCrystal_I2C lcd2(0x25, 16, 2); // i2c address 0x27
LiquidCrystal_I2C lcd3(0x23, 16, 2); // i2c address 0x27

//------------------------------------------
void setup()  {

BoardNumber 1;            // -- Assign Board Number here  (0...9)

lcd1.begin();
lcd1.backlight();
lcd2.begin();
lcd2.backlight();
lcd3.begin();
lcd3.backlight();
}

//------------------------------------------
void loop()   {

ArdSimScan;               // main loop  - scan inputs and read incoming data for output

}
//===========================================

void ProgOut(byte id, float val) {
switch (id)
{
case 1:
lcd1.setCursor(0, 0);
if (val == 0) lcd1.print("SPD");
if (val == 1) lcd1.print("MCH");
break;

case 2:

if (val == 0) {
lcd1.setCursor(5, 0);
lcd1.print("HDG");
lcd1.setCursor(9, 0);
lcd1.print("LAT");
lcd1.setCursor(13, 0);
lcd1.print("HDG");
lcd1.setCursor(13, 1);
lcd1.print("V/S");
break;
}
else if (val == 1) {
lcd1.setCursor(5, 0);  lcd1.print("TRK"); lcd1.setCursor(9, 0); lcd1.print("LAT"); lcd1.setCursor(13, 0); lcd1.print("TRK"); lcd1.setCursor(13, 1); lcd1.print("FPA");
break;
}

case 3:
lcd1.setCursor(9, 1);
if (val == 1) lcd1.print(" * ");
if (val == 0) lcd1.print("   ");
break;

case 4:

if (val < 1) {
lcd1.setCursor(0, 1);
int valh = val * 100;
if (valh >= 100) lcd1.print(valh / 100);
lcd1.print('.');
if ((valh % 100) < 10) lcd1.print('0');
lcd1.print(valh % 100);
}
else {
lcd1.setCursor(0, 1);
if (val < 100) lcd1.print('0');
if (val < 10) lcd1.print('0');
lcd1.print(int(val));
}
break;

case 5:
lcd1.setCursor(5, 1);
float val2 = round(val);
if (val2 < 100) lcd1.print('0');
if (val2 < 10) lcd1.print('0');
lcd1.print(int(val2));
break;

}
}
``````

Few photos of LCD with values. SPD value updating OK, MCH value not. If i remove your code, MCH value will update OK.

It has gotten too deep for me. I quit.

This cannot be the code you use. This won't compile

``````  BoardNumber 1;            // -- Assign Board Number here  (0...9)
``````

and this won't do anything useful

``````void loop()   {

ArdSimScan;               // main loop  - scan inputs and read incoming data for output

}
``````

Those are macros in ArdSimX_Interface.h which turn into something that can compile. I almost responded about these but then reviewed the library files and was straightened out.