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trim leading zero

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I have 04 written in a database. i am need to echo the variable but trim the leading zero.  Is there a php function to do this?
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by:TeRReF
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The fastest way to do this:

$var = '04';
print((int)$var);
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If you want a function, use this:

<?php
$var = '04';
print(intval($var));
?>
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