So today i stumbled across the data of a friend, where the price/hour seemed a bit high. I dont know how you calculate the price/hour so i began calculating it for my own account. Good thing i only have a few games and only 3 of them cost something. Here is the Calculator for my account.
So there are 3 games i paid for:
If you combine all of those you get
76€ - 513h - 0.14€/h
Now lets take all games together even the ones i didnt pay for
76€ - 1100h - 0.07€/hour
So can you explain to me why does the Calculator tell me i paid 7.60€ for 1 hour ??
I don't quite understand how the previous code was supposed to work correctly. I've shipped a fix, and I think it should calculate better now, but need to look at more profiles to be sure.
It doesnt seem like its fixed. My account seems to be right now, but i found another pretty small account that i can do the math on. (THIS ONE)
Lets check it then:
So for all the paid games it would be
29.98€ - 35h - 0.83€/h
Now for all games
29.98€ - 123.2h - 0.24€/h
But the calculator says 0.28€/h... Could you tell me how you are actually calculating the price/hour? Maybe i can help you.
It counts up all prices/hour and then divides by total amount of games. Hours are not counted if the game has no prices.
So what it ends up doing is: 1.67 / 6 = 0.278
1.67 / 6 = 0.278
I can't remember what was the reason to do it this way, but it probably should be diving it by games that have prices (2 in this case).
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