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Eloquent Architecture
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add the following code to the Item model

class Item extends Eloquent {

	protected $appends = array('cents');

	public function getCentsAttribute()
	{
		 return substr($this->attributes['price'], -2);
	}
}
Last updated 5 months ago.
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sseffa said:

add the following code to the Item model

class Item extends Eloquent {

  protected $appends = array('cents');

  public function getCentsAttribute()
  {
  	 return substr($this->attributes['price'], -2);
  }
}

Thanks, I tried that, but it really makes no difference in this case.
I guess this could somehow have to do with autoloading of the helper functions.

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I had some bad luck here... This issue was fixed five months ago, but my Laravel installation is older! >:(

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