If it only a number in the string intval($str) should be enough to get rid 
of the zero unless it is only 0

At 03:49 AM 24/05/2002, Liam Gibbs wrote:
> > From version 4.1.0, $str = ltrim($str, '0')
>This works excellently. Thanks. One problem that I
>didn't think of, though: If the number is 0 (only 0),
>then the string ends up being empty. Is there a way
>around that? I put an if statement in saying if the
>string is empty, then the string is 0. Any better way?
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