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How to turn 15000 into 150.00 - Inserting decimal point .

Posted on 2006-11-22
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Hi there,

I've looked at a few functions in php but when it comes to decimal places they seem to add the decimal to the end.
Here I want to add the decimal before the last two numbers in a string.

So

15000 = 150.00
1234 = 12.34
8650 = 86.50
etc.

How can I do this with php?
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Question by:ManicZoot
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olifarago earned 50 total points
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Could you not just divide by 100?
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by:ManicZoot
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Yes that would be right :p ....  Was looking at it the wrong way.

Ok here it is

$number = 1500000000 ;
$price = $number / 100 ;
$price = number_format($price, 2, '.', ',');
echo $price ;

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