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Subtract eexpense.txt from balance.txt and print result


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DOnt laugh this is the best i can come up with.

<?php
$total_receivables = file('balance.txt');
echo "Reciveables $" . array_sum($total_receivables) . "\n";
echo ' | ';
$total_expenses = file('ebalance.txt');
echo "Expenses $" . array_sum($total_expenses) . "\n";

$diff = $total_receivables - $total_expenses;
echo "$diff";
?>

 

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I thought you would have realised in your initial code that you had the total_receivables from your array_sum() function call. If in doubt what a function is doing, there is always the manual

Getting total expenses would be very similar.

Subtracting one from the other is an easy bit.

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DOnt laugh this is the best i can come up with.

<?php
$total_receivables = file('balance.txt');
echo "Reciveables $" . array_sum($total_receivables) . "\n";
echo ' | ';
$total_expenses = file('ebalance.txt');
echo "Expenses $" . array_sum($total_expenses) . "\n";

$diff = array_sum($total_receivables) - array_sum($total_expenses);
echo "$diff";
?>

No I didnt but now that you mention it everything works out....DUH.

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