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    Fibonnaci Fraction Series Calculator

    Using floats requires more processing cycles for your microcontroller. If you know the float beforehand, its better to use a fraction to represent your float. To calculate your float, you'll need something called the Fibonnaci Series.

    Fibonnaci numbers are a bit complex to understand and calculate, so SoR member Webbot wrote this very useful Fibonnaci java calculator.

    Simply enter in any decimal number, and it'll ouput a series of fractions to represent it within an accuracy of 0.0035%.

      Enter number:
      If input value is 16 bit:
      If input value is 10 bit:
      If input value is 8 bit:

    Fraction calculator by Clive Webster (Webbot) September 24, 2009


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