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I cant figure this one out, at all so would appriciate any suggestions.

I have an if statment:-
				if (intval($rowUser->diff) > 1200);
					{
					echo "Dont run me";
					}

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Now, $rowUser->diff = 523, so is obviosuly less than 1200 so shouldnt run, however it always does.

I put in the intVal to convert it from a string to a interger, but still same issue.

Any ideas?
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Question by:tonelm54
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verify that intval($rowUser->diff) is giving you the value that you expected, sometimes intval can give some unexpected results.
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by:tonelm54
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DOH, it was
if (intval($rowUser->diff) > 1200)
instead
if (intval($rowUser->diff) > 1200);
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