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Old 25th August 2010, 07:13 PM   #1
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Is there is a simple way to increase the number of decimals in the percentage result of a .four command?

The individuals components are displayed in a floating format, but the global THD result has a fixed format, with only 6 decimals.
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Is there is a simple way to increase the number of decimals in the percentage result of a .four command?

The individuals components are displayed in a floating format, but the global THD result has a fixed format, with only 6 decimals.
THX
There probably is, but even at 6 decimals you're way over any reasonable correspondence to reality. Additional decimals are only cosmetic and at worst put you in the wrong direction.

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