std.atof

FLOATstd.atofSTRINGs

Available inall subroutines.

Takes a string (which represents a float) as an argument and returns its value. Behaves as if calling std.strtof with a base of 10.

Example

if (std.atof(req.http.X-String) > 21.82) {
set req.http.X-TheAnswer = "Found";
}

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