JRH

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  1. To Infinity

    I will probably be needing 4 or 5 decimal places.
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    Thanks TWC, but I don't think it will work for me.  I am adding the readout of a flowmeter which has a decimal (i.e. 14.82 +- var).  I tried a quick test with a GEQ of 1000 then reset, [and two running totals synced to see if the reset would lose any continuity] but since the total didn't hit 1000 exactly (was 998.xx then 1012.xx), the reset would lose that bit that was over the 1000  right before the reset. I am also trying to put the excess over 1000 into a Remainder and add the remainder back into the total.  I get the two totals closer to each other but not completely synced.  The error will compound over time (regulatory reporting issues abound).
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    Hello.  This is my first post and I hope someone has a solution. I have a program calculating Gal/sec adding to a running total and have up to the end.  Using REAL I can accumulate up to 16,777,216 (2^24) and using DINT up to 2,147,483,648 (2^31), but I need to have my registers continue past these limits.  I've read through many topics here and have tried the Rockwell Knowledge Base but can't seem to find a solution that truly works.  I have gone so far as to transfer the DINT to a string, cut the string into pieces and reassemble them in an Odometer type concatenation. If anyone has a suggestion, I would appreciate it.  I know I'm not the only one with this problem. PS & BTW - I'm using Studio 5000 v24 with a 1769 L33ER