Take a look at this:

That will print 'x is 5.00000000 and y is 2.7500000000000' or somesuch.Code:int main() { double x, y; x = 5; y = 2.75; printf("x is %f and y is %f\n", x, y); return(0); }

I wanted to get rid of the useless zeroes, so somebody suggested using %g instead. Problem is, that rounds to the nearest ten thousanth (four decimal places), while %f works to six (nearest millionth).

Any ideas? If possible, I'd like to retain the functionality of %g but have six significant decimal places.