I'm trying to produce a formatted string that shows the length of an audio sample. The format I want is HH:MM:SS.MS, where SS.MS is a float containing seconds and (after the decimal point) milliseconds.
For example "00:23:22.54" (23 minutes, 22 seconds and 54 milliseconds).
I'm using snprintf() from newlib, the call is this:
snprintf(buffer, sizeof(buffer), "%02ld:%02ld:%02.2f", hours, minutes, secondsF);
"hours" and "minutes" are integers, "secondsF" is a float number.
But for some reason, if the number of seconds is < 10 the string comes out for example as "00:00:1.48" instead of "00:00:01.48". Is it a bug in the sprintf() implementation, or am I doing anything wrong?
Is there a workaround I could use?
(I tried using IUtility->SNPrintf() but it's even more limited and doesn't support formatting floats at all.)
I would avoid formatting floats at all.
Thanks for the tip, works very well! And I can use IUtility->SNPrintf(), too :-)
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