int operations

C. Abney cabney at
Mon Jul 17 22:15:01 CDT 2000

On Sun, 16 Jul 2000, Eugene Tsyrklevich wrote:

> After playing with some more examples the only way i could get an IV
> value after an arithmetic operation was an explicit cast:
> $a = int($i + $i2);

Whatever you do, DON'T 'use integer' like the respondant suggested in

That's a braindead maintenance nightmare.  Go with the explicit int()...
it's much more direct and doesn't !#$!$^% with the rest of your code.

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up a real guy! -- Teddy                                               C. Abney


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