> maybe integer(10) is a mysql extension. I think
> that postgresql's numeric datatype will do
> whatever you want with 10 digits for dollars and two
> digits for cents. You can set it to handle
> anything that you want as long as you define the
> numeric type correctly.
> By the way did you make a finial decision one a
> table structure for your lending problem?
Richard, i got it to work, but i'm now banging my head
on an extension that stores pennies and converts to
dollar and cents. anyway, i'll figure it out
i haven't made a decision yet. i'm thinking through
three projects right now and working through the agile
webdev book - all on my not so free time. i'll get
there, but i need to think it through more so it gels
in my head.
thanks for the help.
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