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GeneralRe: Using ba2str fails - why ? Pin
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QuestionCan "cast looses precision " error be optioned out ? Pin
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Well that were unexpectedly speedy replies.
I suppose next time I'll sleep on the problem before I post it.
I did find out my mistake - it was actually posted as LAST sentence!
Yes, it is a FFT code I used successfully long time ago and since I am currently not using it , but it is a part of "MY package", I obviously did not pay attention it was written for 32 bits.
After getting about 20 of these error I panic a little, fixing them would keep me from doing the main task. Hence I was looking for a hack.

But it is all fixed and I feel I need to apology for letting the forum to spent much time explaining such "minor" detail as "switching from 32 bits to 64 " in middle of development.
Sorry.
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