Re: [PHP] Simple Math Calculation Problem....

\$Days = ((\$clockDate - \$inputDate) / (24 * 3600)); \$Days = int((\$clockDate - \$inputDate) / (24 * 3600)); you tried that? -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php

RE: [PHP] Simple Math Calculation Problem....

I used your snip you just posted and changed the \$Days = round(Days) to \$Days = round(\$Days) and got 228. -Original Message- From: Scott Fletcher [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Friday, August 01, 2003 9:18 AM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: [PHP] Simple Math Calculation Problem Hi!

Re: [PHP] Simple Math Calculation Problem....

The int() function is for C/C++ programming only. This Int() function is not supported in PHP. In PHP it would be Intval(). For float, Floatval(). For double, DoubleVal(). Etc. But beware of the Octual numbers. Skate [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote in message news:[EMAIL PROTECTED] \$Days =

Re: [PHP] Simple Math Calculation Problem....

Gee! I forgot the '\$'. It's been right there in my face. Thanks! I hope the round() function work without a problem because I saw in some posting that some people have this problem where if 3.51 is rounded, it return a 3. Seth - Kate Buntin [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote in message news:[EMAIL

Re: [PHP] Simple Math Calculation Problem....

The int() function is for C/C++ programming only. This Int() function is not supported in PHP. In PHP it would be Intval(). For float, Floatval(). For double, DoubleVal(). Etc. But beware of the Octual numbers. sorry, confusing my flash action script again :( -- PHP General Mailing

Re: [PHP] Simple Math Calculation Problem....

* Thus wrote Scott Fletcher ([EMAIL PROTECTED]): The int() function is for C/C++ programming only. This Int() function is not supported in PHP. In PHP it would be Intval(). For float, Floatval(). For double, DoubleVal(). Etc. But beware of the Octual numbers. You can cast like you can in

Re: [PHP] Simple Math Calculation Problem....

* Thus wrote Scott Fletcher ([EMAIL PROTECTED]): Hi! I'm a little stuck with this simple math problem. I'm trying to get a number of days in integer, not float. --snip-- \$input_date = 12/16/2002; \$UserInput = explode(/, \$input_date); \$UserInputMonth = \$UserInput;