I try to write a real number to a string buffer, just to display it on a listbox.
On the emulator it leads to the expected result, in my small example 12.34 is shown.
But on the Nokia E60 phone (S60 3rd edition), there is only the interger part, here 12. The value behind the decimal point is missing.
buf.Format ( KListBoxFormat, 12.34 );
Another try, but exactly with the same wrong result on the phone:
str.AppendNum ( 12.34, realFormat);
Where is the mistake?