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From:Warren Young Date:January 21 2008 5:18pm
Subject:Re: Still gettiing a BadConversion thrown with mySQL++ 3.0 RC1 from
a DECIMAL
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Bart Verstraete wrote:
> 
> is it because mysql++ search a "," and not a "." 

Actually, it may be the opposite: MySQL++ currently assumes the decimal 
point is '.', but it's ',' in your country, right?  I've just checked in 
a change which will make it look for the decimal point setting in your C 
locale and only fall back to the hard-coded '.' value if that fails.

Please let me know whether this fixes your issue or not.
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Still gettiing a BadConversion thrown with mySQL++ 3.0 RC1 froma DECIMALBart Verstraete20 Jan
  • Re: Still gettiing a BadConversion thrown with mySQL++ 3.0 RC1 froma DECIMALWarren Young21 Jan
    • Re: Still gettiing a BadConversion thrown with mySQL++ 3.0 RC1 from a DECIMALJonathan Wakely21 Jan
      • Re: Still gettiing a BadConversion thrown with mySQL++ 3.0 RC1 froma DECIMALWarren Young21 Jan
        • Re: Still gettiing a BadConversion thrown with mySQL++ 3.0 RC1 from a DECIMALJonathan Wakely22 Jan
          • Re: Still gettiing a BadConversion thrown with mySQL++ 3.0 RC1 from a DECIMALJonathan Wakely22 Jan
          • Re: Still gettiing a BadConversion thrown with mySQL++ 3.0 RC1 froma DECIMALWarren Young24 Jan
            • Re: Still gettiing a BadConversion thrown with mySQL++ 3.0 RC1 from a DECIMALJonathan Wakely26 Jan
              • Re: Still gettiing a BadConversion thrown with mySQL++ 3.0 RC1 froma DECIMALWarren Young28 Jan
                • Re: Still gettiing a BadConversion thrown with mySQL++ 3.0 RC1 from a DECIMALJonathan Wakely29 Jan