PYTHON bcmul

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In python, the asterisk is the multiplication operator.
As per example:
import decimal
print(decimal.Decimal('1.34747474747') * decimal.Decimal('35'))


PHP bcmul

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bcmul

(PHP 4, PHP 5)

bcmulMultiply two arbitrary precision number

Description

string bcmul ( string $left_operand , string $right_operand [, int $scale ] )

Multiply the left_operand by the right_operand .

Parameters

left_operand

The left operand, as a string.

right_operand

The right operand, as a string.

scale

This optional parameter is used to set the number of digits after the decimal place in the result. You can also set the global default scale for all functions by using bcscale().

Return Values

Returns the result as a string.

Examples

Example #1 bcmul() example

<?php
echo bcmul('1.34747474747''35'3); // 47.161
echo bcmul('2''4'); // 8
?>

See Also

  • bcdiv() - Divide two arbitrary precision numbers