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How can i get the total value from the following URL$18.00&broken=No&water=%20No&power=Yes,%20battery%20included&lcd=No&charger=&manual=Owner%20Manual&box=&other=

I have this kind of a string query, you'll see that there is a total=$18.00, my question is, how can I get the value because I want it to subtract in a number.

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If those values are in your query then you can use the following

if( get_query_var('total') ) {
    $total_value = floatval( str_replace( '$', '', get_query_var('total') ) );

or else

if( isset( $_GET['total'] ) ) {
    $total_value = floatval( str_replace( '$', '', $_GET['total'] ) );
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No isset check? – t31os Dec 3 '11 at 13:27
Yeah done the isset check :) – Joshua Abenazer Dec 3 '11 at 16:42
sorry I forgot to say thank you, thanks anyway. it works :) – markyeoj Dec 5 '11 at 8:10

I don't know anything about gravity forms. But normally you get that value with php via $_GET / $_POST object / array:

isset($total) ? $total : $total = 0; // is total set; if not set it to 0;
$total = substr($_GET['total'], "$"); // grab the value after the dollar sign
$total = strval(htmlentities($total)); // Let's sanitize the values. Don't forget to do this!

Sorry i haven't actually test that yet.

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No isset check? – t31os Dec 3 '11 at 13:26
Just demonstrating concepts. But good point. I'll add it in for you @t31os – chrisjlee Dec 3 '11 at 15:47
You already had my +1 anyway, but i'd give you another if i could for adding that in.. :) Further note, might wanna cast that value to int... (never know what that value may contain).. – t31os Dec 3 '11 at 16:27

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