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Top Forums Shell Programming and Scripting division problem Post 18310 by witt on Tuesday 26th of March 2002 11:54:54 PM
Old 03-27-2002
I have one sugestion. Use the awk language to solve this problem. Look this :

[witt@root]$ echo 3 15 | awk '{ print $1/$2}'
0.2
[witt@roto]$ echo 1 15 | awk '{ print $1/$2}'
0.0666667


In your script :

result=`echo 3 15 | awk '{ print $1/$2}'`
echo $result


I hope help you

Witt
witt
 

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mssql_fetch_field(3) can be used in order to obtain information about fields in a certain query result. PARAMETERS
o $result - The result resource that is being evaluated. This result comes from a call to mssql_query(3). o $field_offset - The numerical field offset. If the field offset is not specified, the next field that was not yet retrieved by this function is retrieved. The $field_offset starts at 0. RETURN VALUES
Returns an object containing field information. The properties of the object are: o name - column name. if the column is a result of a function, this property is set to computed#N, where #N is a serial number. o column_source - the table from which the column was taken o max_length - maximum length of the column o numeric - 1 if the column is numeric o type - the column type. EXAMPLES
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