## php – How to say if meta_value is greater than 0 in an array?

Question

Right now I have this:

$args = array( 'meta_key' => 'userfunds', 'meta_value' => '0', );  Basically this will show users who have exactly ‘0’ as meta_value. How do I say that meta_value has to be greater than ‘0’? I have tried:  'meta_value' > '0',  But using the above, it shows all users, regardless of their value. So I guess using > in the array is an invalid line and not what I need. I know I’m probably missing something very small in my code? should I use compare? Any help would be appreciated. in progress 0 11 months 2021-09-14T13:46:08-05:00 0 Answer 0 views 0 ## Answer ( 1 ) 1. As documented, you can use meta_compare: $args = array(
'meta_key'       => 'userfunds',
'meta_value_num' => '0',
'meta_compare'   => '>',
);


Note that I changed meta_value to meta_value_num. This ensures the values is treated as a number for the comparison. You’d probably be ok without it, but it doesn’t hurt.