Robert Cummings wrote: > Shawn McKenzie wrote: >> Waynn Lue wrote: >>> For mysql, it's better to use int and then store it in cents (or >>> micros) so you can use all integer operations instead of float ones. >>> >> >> To each his own. Speed or otherwise I don't see a difference between: >> >> $total = 19.95 + 3.99; //shipping >> >> and >> >> $total = 1995 + 399; //shipping >> >> Except with the ints you have to format them for display. > > You have to format the floats too: > > <?php > > $total = 5.55 + 9.35; > echo $total."\n"; > > ?> > > Cheers, > Rob.
Yeah, yeah, yeah... I guess what I meant to say was that I had never really considered using ints :-) -- Thanks! -Shawn http://www.spidean.com -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php