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fmod() function
August 15, 2012 05:36PM
Hi mac,
my fmod page works well, but there is one thing that worries me, when I click the link of my fmod page on a menu, it gives me a warnig: Warning: fmod() expects parameter 1 to be double, string given in C:\Program Files\EasyPHP-5.3.3\www\fmod.php on line 41, but everything works well, here is my code
Language: PHP
EDITED: You cannot post ALL your code here!!!...
avatar Re: fmod() function
August 16, 2012 09:03AM
Just use a form that will allowed a user to enter the number (value for $x and $y), because what I see here is you assign the value $x to a string "undefined" why?
see below:
Language: PHP
$x = $_POST['x']; $y = $_POST['y'];
This way you'll not going to get that warning anymore, remember that you'll get those values from the form.
LOU
Re: fmod() function
August 20, 2012 09:23PM
Try to be specific in your posts Ngogosa.
avatar Re: fmod() function
August 21, 2012 10:21AM
fmod() expects you to pass it two floats as arguments. http://ca.php.net/manual/en/function.fmod.php

To the best of my knowledge when you capture data from a form you get a string type.

You can check your variables for their type using gettype()

You need to do type casting or juggling to solve your problem
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