What does 0,81 euro mean?

@qouniq (1968)
Malaysia
March 4, 2007 2:29am CST
I recently have joined a surfing site where they pay the member in euro...i have receive 0,81 euro in my balance whcih can be transfer to my paypal account....is this means 81 cent or what?..please help me
3 responses
@eicher (511)
• France
4 Mar 07
You're right: 0.81 euro means 81 cents ;) Please can you tell me what this site is? Thanks
@qouniq (1968)
• Malaysia
4 Mar 07
thank you...For more detail of the site you may visit this link http://www.blogchex.com/idahan/?show_page=internetsurfing Hope this can help you. Best of luck!
@eicher (511)
• France
4 Mar 07
thank you very much ;)
@eicher (511)
• France
4 Mar 07
I know this program (eurobarre) because I am a member for years but I can say there is better on february your earned for 1000 points: on eurobarre = 0.069 € (less than 7 cents) on http://www.moneycashbar.com/index.php?ref=eicher = 5.13 cents but you earn more points on http://www.himoney.fr/gagner-argent-5544.html = 14.47 cents on http://www.eurokiddies.com/index.php?referer=1464 = 10.53 cents (it is the best: this site just had problems but it is coming back!!!)
• Singapore
4 Mar 07
I am not trying to insult your intelligence here but I just thought I would make sure you know this. Eur is the currency used in the European Union. 1 Eur is about 4.6 Malaysian ringgit so 0.81 eur would be a little less than 4 dollars in your country.
@qouniq (1968)
• Malaysia
4 Mar 07
i am not asking for the rate actually but the comma means at that amount. Since I very seldom to see 0,81 in our writing here in my country....we use 0.81 for 81 cent. That what i want to know actually,..anyway, thank you for your info here..
@elisata (569)
• Netherlands
4 Mar 07
I must jump in here.... 0,81 euro means 81 eurocents... which is about one dollar. We use the comma instead of your dot. so 1,20 is 1.20... see? Rougly a euro ( = € 1,00) is about $1.25. And where you use the comma, we use the dot (just to make things easier... lol) So € 1.000 is one thousand euros ( about 1,250 dollars). Okay?
@qouniq (1968)
• Malaysia
5 Mar 07
elisata thank you for your info,..so you guys using dot for a thousand count...on now i got it
@alirana (297)
• Malaysia
4 Mar 07
i'm intereteed in this but the problem its in any other language..if u can get the english version thats better
@qouniq (1968)
• Malaysia
4 Mar 07
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