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php round 2 decimals

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$value = 4.96754;
round($value, 2);
//returns 4.97

php float precision

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<?php
var_dump(round(3.4)); // =>3
var_dump(round(3.5)); // =>4
var_dump(round(3.6)); // =>4
var_dump(round(3.6, 0)); // =>4
var_dump(round(5.045, 2)); // =>5.05
var_dump(round(5.055, 2)); // =>5.06
var_dump(round(345, -2)); // =>300
var_dump(round(345, -3)); // =>0
var_dump(round(678, -2)); // =>700
var_dump(round(678, -3));  // =>1000
?>

php float value

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floatval ($var) 

php rounded to the nearest degree time with ms calculator

user4191


For people interest in Differential Equations, I've done a function that receive a string like: x^2+x^3 and put it in
2x+3x^2 witch is the differantial of the previous equation.

In the code there is one thing missing: the $string{$i} is often going outOfBound (Uninitialized string offset: 6 in...)
if your error setting is set a little too high... I just dont know how to fix this.

So there is the code for differential equation with (+ and -) only:

<?
function differentiel($equa)
{
    $equa = strtolower($equa);
    echo "Equation de depart: ".$equa."<br>";
    $final = ""; 
    
    for($i = 0; $i < strlen($equa); $i++)
    {
        //Make a new string from the receive $equa
        if($equa{$i} == "x" && $equa{$i+1} == "^")
        {
            $final .= $equa{$i+2};
            $final .= "x^";
            $final .= $equa{$i+2}-1;
        }
        elseif($equa{$i} == "+" || $equa{$i} == "-")
        {
            $final .= $equa{$i};
        }
        elseif(is_numeric($equa{$i}) && $i == 0)
        {
            //gerer parenthese et autre terme generaux + gerer ^apres: 2^2
            $final .= $equa{$i}."*";
        }
        elseif(is_numeric($equa{$i}) && $i > 0 && $equa{$i-1} != "^")
        {
            //gerer ^apres: 2^2
            $final .= $equa{$i}."*";
        }
        elseif($equa{$i} == "^")
        {
            continue;
        }
        elseif(is_numeric($equa{$i}) && $equa{$i-1} == "^")
        {
            continue;
        }
        else
        {
            if($equa{$i} == "x")
            {
                $final .= 1;
            }
            else
            {
                $final .= $equa{$i}; 
            }
        }
    }
    //
    //Manage multiplication add in the previous string $final
    //
    $finalMul = "";
    for($i = 0; $i < strlen($final); $i++)
    {
        if(is_numeric($final{$i}) && $final{$i+1} == "*" && is_numeric($final{$i+2}))
        {
            $finalMul .= $final{$i}*$final{$i+2};
        }
        elseif($final{$i} == "*")
        {
            continue;
        }
        elseif(is_numeric($final{$i}) && $final{$i+1} != "*" && $final{$i-1} == "*")
        {
            continue;
        }
        else
        {
            $finalMul .= $final{$i};    
        }
    }
    echo "equa final: ".$finalMul;
}
?>

I know this is not optimal but i've done this quick :)
If you guys have any comment just email me.
I also want to do this fonction In C to add to phpCore maybe soon...
Patoff

php round 2 decimals

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$value = 4.96754;
round($value, 2);
//returns 4.97

php float precision

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<?php
var_dump(round(3.4)); // =>3
var_dump(round(3.5)); // =>4
var_dump(round(3.6)); // =>4
var_dump(round(3.6, 0)); // =>4
var_dump(round(5.045, 2)); // =>5.05
var_dump(round(5.055, 2)); // =>5.06
var_dump(round(345, -2)); // =>300
var_dump(round(345, -3)); // =>0
var_dump(round(678, -2)); // =>700
var_dump(round(678, -3));  // =>1000
?>

php float value

user9256

floatval ($var) 

php rounded to the nearest degree time with ms calculator

user8367


For people interest in Differential Equations, I've done a function that receive a string like: x^2+x^3 and put it in
2x+3x^2 witch is the differantial of the previous equation.

In the code there is one thing missing: the $string{$i} is often going outOfBound (Uninitialized string offset: 6 in...)
if your error setting is set a little too high... I just dont know how to fix this.

So there is the code for differential equation with (+ and -) only:

<?
function differentiel($equa)
{
    $equa = strtolower($equa);
    echo "Equation de depart: ".$equa."<br>";
    $final = ""; 
    
    for($i = 0; $i < strlen($equa); $i++)
    {
        //Make a new string from the receive $equa
        if($equa{$i} == "x" && $equa{$i+1} == "^")
        {
            $final .= $equa{$i+2};
            $final .= "x^";
            $final .= $equa{$i+2}-1;
        }
        elseif($equa{$i} == "+" || $equa{$i} == "-")
        {
            $final .= $equa{$i};
        }
        elseif(is_numeric($equa{$i}) && $i == 0)
        {
            //gerer parenthese et autre terme generaux + gerer ^apres: 2^2
            $final .= $equa{$i}."*";
        }
        elseif(is_numeric($equa{$i}) && $i > 0 && $equa{$i-1} != "^")
        {
            //gerer ^apres: 2^2
            $final .= $equa{$i}."*";
        }
        elseif($equa{$i} == "^")
        {
            continue;
        }
        elseif(is_numeric($equa{$i}) && $equa{$i-1} == "^")
        {
            continue;
        }
        else
        {
            if($equa{$i} == "x")
            {
                $final .= 1;
            }
            else
            {
                $final .= $equa{$i}; 
            }
        }
    }
    //
    //Manage multiplication add in the previous string $final
    //
    $finalMul = "";
    for($i = 0; $i < strlen($final); $i++)
    {
        if(is_numeric($final{$i}) && $final{$i+1} == "*" && is_numeric($final{$i+2}))
        {
            $finalMul .= $final{$i}*$final{$i+2};
        }
        elseif($final{$i} == "*")
        {
            continue;
        }
        elseif(is_numeric($final{$i}) && $final{$i+1} != "*" && $final{$i-1} == "*")
        {
            continue;
        }
        else
        {
            $finalMul .= $final{$i};    
        }
    }
    echo "equa final: ".$finalMul;
}
?>

I know this is not optimal but i've done this quick :)
If you guys have any comment just email me.
I also want to do this fonction In C to add to phpCore maybe soon...
Patoff