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formatting numbers & displaying gifs

qeuwtie
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i have a number that shows up as a result of a calculation and its shows up with about 13 decimal places...how do i get it to only display 2 decimal places........and.....what is the coding to display a gif without using html coding....just opening a gif and displaying it?
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thanks for the decimal place info....ive figured out how to add a gif image on-the-fly too....just not create one....do you have any info on creating on-the-fly gifs ...charts... from user given data...ive downloaded gd.pm...but im having a horrible time trying to use it..

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It's gd.pm that you want to look for.  Are you having specific problems with it?

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the gd.pm file i am using won't compile...when i try to run the example.pl it does work because of the gd.pm compilation error...it says
"Global symbol "i" requires explicit package name at GD.pm line 33 .
Variable "$i" is not imported at GD.pm line 33 .
Global symbol "i" requires explicit package name at GD.pm line 33 .
Variable "$i" is not imported at GD.pm line 33 .
Global symbol "i" requires explicit package name at GD.pm line 33 .
Variable "$i" is not imported at GD.pm line 33 .
Global symbol "i" requires explicit package name at GD.pm line 33 .
Missing right bracket at GD.pm line 33 , at end of linesyntax error at GD.pm line 33 , at EOF
BEGIN failed--compilation aborted at Graph.pm line 33 .
BEGIN failed--compilation aborted at script line 6."

i can send the example file and gd.pm file if you would like....ive just started using perl..so im not sure what the problem is ...
thank you....

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post this as a new question...  Your installation is most likely screwed...
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