WriteFloat(id, float[, width, le])
idat the current file cursor position which you can modify by using the Seek() command. A float will use 8 bytes of disk space which is enough to store really big integers and floats with many decimal places.
Starting with Hollywood 6.0 there is an optional argument which allows you
to specify the byte width of the floating point number. This can be 8
for a double-precision floating point number or 4 for a single-precision
floating point number. By default,
WriteFloat() writes double-precision
By default, this function stores the value in big endian format (most
significant byte first). Starting with Hollywood 6.0 you can use the
le to explicitly request this function to use the
little endian format instead.
Trueto write bytes in little endian order,
Falsefor big endian order (defaults to