I've got a really weird issue with a SQL SELECT query. See below:
SELECT usd FROM glinks_Costs WHERE original_currency = "gbp" and amount = 0.1
It gives me no results. Even though I can see the data in the table (side-by-side in the pic I posted above).
I'm not a mySQL novice - but this one has got me stumped. If I do the same query, but with a large number, i.e:
SELECT usd FROM glinks_Costs WHERE original_currency = "gbp" and amount = 5.25
The issue seems to occur as soon as I go below 1. The field is a FLOAT, so I'm not sure whats going on
Hmm; in your screenshot query it appears you are putting quotes around the 0.1 (though your code example isn't). Does that make a difference? I can't see too much wrong with your query from the current data you provided us.
there's your problem right there
floats are approximate
change the column to DECIMAL using whatever scale and precision are appropriate for your monetary values
@Patche - sorry, that was just an example. I was trying with and without (I'm aware you are not meant to quite numbers, but was just giving it a go as it wasn't working
@r937 - eugh, how could I be so stupid!!! Thats got it working perfectly now. Thanks
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