MLPutFloat has been replaced by WSPutFloat.
int MLPutFloat(MLINK link,double x)
puts the floating-point number x to the MathLink connection specified by link with a precision corresponding to the C type float.
- The argument x is typically declared as float in external programs, but must be declared as double in MLPutFloat() itself in order to work even in the absence of C prototypes.
- MLPutFloat() is equivalent to MLPutReal32().