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> $x = 4.5012412; > echo round($x, 2); // results in 4.5 --- however I want 4.50! I > want 2 > decimal places! echo number_format ( round ($x, 2), 2); Larry...

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    Default Re: [PHP] Rounding issue

    > $x = 4.5012412;
    > echo round($x, 2); // results in 4.5 --- however I want 4.50! I
    > want 2
    > decimal places!
    echo number_format ( round ($x, 2), 2);

    Larry

    Larry E . Ullman Guest

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    * Thus wrote Kevin Ison (kevinkevison.com):
    > I need to know if there is a work around for the following scenerio...
    >
    > $x = 4.5012412;
    > echo round($x, 2); // results in 4.5 --- however I want 4.50! I want 2
    > decimal places!
    >
    >
    > Is there a way to keep the zero from being dropped? I have not been able to
    > get the zero to stay there ... I realize this is the interpreters problem
    > but I need the zero.
    number_format(round($x, 2),2);

    you can always control with printf functions, but number format is
    designed specifically for that.


    Curt
    --
    "I used to think I was indecisive, but now I'm not so sure."
    Curt Zirzow Guest

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    ahhh ok thanks guys!! That worked ... I knew it was something but I could
    not remember which function...

    thanks again!

    "Larry E . Ullman" <LarryUllmanDMCInsights.Com> wrote in message
    news:B16057B0-C210-11D7-A9D4-000393641AFCDMCInsights.Com...
    > > $x = 4.5012412;
    > > echo round($x, 2); // results in 4.5 --- however I want 4.50! I
    > > want 2
    > > decimal places!
    >
    > echo number_format ( round ($x, 2), 2);
    >
    > Larry
    >

    Kevin Ison Guest

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    Default Re: [PHP] Rounding issue

    ahhh ok thanks guys!! That worked ... I knew it was something but I could
    not remember which function...

    thanks again!

    "Curt Zirzow" <curtzirzow.dyndns.org> wrote in message
    news:20030729220848.GM10509bagend.shire...
    > * Thus wrote Kevin Ison (kevinkevison.com):
    > > I need to know if there is a work around for the following scenerio...
    > >
    > > $x = 4.5012412;
    > > echo round($x, 2); // results in 4.5 --- however I want 4.50! I
    want 2
    > > decimal places!
    >
    >
    > >
    > >
    > > Is there a way to keep the zero from being dropped? I have not been
    able to
    > > get the zero to stay there ... I realize this is the interpreters
    problem
    > > but I need the zero.
    >
    > number_format(round($x, 2),2);
    >
    > you can always control with printf functions, but number format is
    > designed specifically for that.
    >
    >
    > Curt
    > --
    > "I used to think I was indecisive, but now I'm not so sure."

    Kevin Ison Guest

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