Relatively new here, just got my Tempest (which I love) last week and I’m now trying to write a simple Linux UDP relay daemon in C/C++.
Given the nature of the language I’m using, I’m trying to determine if it’s possible to “typify” the various numbers or should I just consider everything as
For instance, in the UDP documentation, is the presence of a decimal point and subsequent decimals an indication that the number is to be considered a float with that max number of decimal digits? And conversely, if a number doesn’t have decimals, can it always be considered an integer?
For example I always considered the UV index to be an integer scale from 0 to 11+. However I see that
"obs_sky" has an UV index of
"obs_st" is reporting
"0.03" and my Android Tempest app is reporting UV index as