$sanitizer->float() method

Sanitize to floating point value


// basic usage
$float = $sanitizer->float($value);

// usage with all arguments
$float = $sanitizer->float($value, array $options = []);


valuefloat, string, int
options (optional)array

Optionally specify one or more options in an associative array:

  • precision (int|null): Optional number of digits to round to (default=null)
  • mode (int): Mode to use for rounding precision (default=PHP_ROUND_HALF_UP);
  • blankValue (null|int|string|float): Value to return (whether float or non-float) if provided $value is an empty non-float (default=0.0)
  • min (float|null): Minimum allowed value, excluding blankValue (default=null)
  • max (float|null): Maximum allowed value, excluding blankValue (default=null)

Return value


$sanitizer methods and properties

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