CURRENCY

A currency number is stored as an 8-byte, two's complement integer, scaled by 10,000 to give a fixed-point number with 15 digits to the left of the decimal point and 4 digits to the right. This representation provides a range of 922337203685477.5807. The currency data type is useful for calculations involving money, or for any fixed-point calculation where accuracy is particularly important.

typedef CY CURRENCY;

The data type is defined as a structure for working with currency more conveniently:

typedef struct tagCY

{

unsigned long Lo;

long Hi;

}

CY;

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