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Math allows you to execute many PHP math functions in your ExpressionEngine templates without needing to enable PHP parsing.

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2.6.0+ Download 1.5.1 Feb 10, 2016

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This entry was created June 7, 2012, 11:56 am.
This entry was last updated February 10, 2016, 10:28 am.

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5 Reviews:

Rick Lecoat 05.14.14

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Perfect. Needed to compare current time with [the timestamp of an entry +5 seconds] for a conditional redirect. This little add-on did the job beautifully. Just include a parameter: thousands_seperator=”” to get rid of the commas if you don’t want them. Sweet.

marviq 05.13.13

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Great little tool for doing math without exposing PHP to your templates. I presume the earlier reviews were before the latest update as I couldn’t find fault with it. 5-stars!

Tim FitzGerald 02.06.13

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Important to note that decimals=x only seems to pad zeroes, and round=up|down rounds to the nearest integer. {... formula=2/3 decimal=2} gives 0.6666… and {... formula=2/3 decimals=2 round=up} gives 1.00.
To round decimals, use {... formula=round(2/3,2)} for 0.67.

abed 09.08.12

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Did not make use of this extensively. It seems to be an excellent plugin for arithmetic, however, there doesn’t seem to be a way to nullify the thousands_operator so I was stuck with results in ###,### format. Gave MX Calculation a try as Daniel Kandi said.

If the separator is a plus, use this.

Daniel Kandi 06.08.12

Daniel Kandi
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nice add-on, but you need to look on MX Calculation - is add-on is build without eval, so is more secure.