Jules Bean wrote:
> A neater approach than BCD (which is just silly) would be a
> data type which is fixed point, you specify the denominator.
> So, if you are dealing with currency, you might want 4 decimal
> places, so set the denominator to 10000.
Being a Brit you should really be aware of the EU directives.
Software has been required to store all monetary values to AT
LEAST six decimal places since 01/01/1999.
Accordingly, our billing database uses a multiplier [divisor]
Don't you just *love* the EU?
If it ain't opinionated, it ain't Rich Teer.