# Difference between revisions of "CINT"

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− | '''CINT''' function rounds decimal point numbers up or down to the nearest integer value. Values greater than .5 are rounded up; .5 or lower are rounded down just like "bankers rounding". | + | '''CINT''' function rounds decimal point numbers up or down to the nearest integer value. Values greater than .5 are rounded up; .5 or lower are rounded down just like "bankers rounding". |

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''Useage:'' a% = CINT(DecimalNumber!) | ''Useage:'' a% = CINT(DecimalNumber!) | ||

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''Example:'' a% = CINT(1.51) | ''Example:'' a% = CINT(1.51) | ||

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''Results:'' a% = 2 | ''Results:'' a% = 2 | ||

− | Since CINT is used for integer values, the input values cannot exceed 32767! | + | |

+ | ''Warning:'' Since CINT is used for integer values, the input values cannot exceed 32767! | ||

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''See also:'' [[CLNG]] | ''See also:'' [[CLNG]] |

## Revision as of 05:46, 28 August 2009

**CINT** function rounds decimal point numbers up or down to the nearest integer value. Values greater than .5 are rounded up; .5 or lower are rounded down just like "bankers rounding".

*Useage:* a% = CINT(DecimalNumber!)

*Example:* a% = CINT(1.51)

*Results:* a% = 2

*Warning:* Since CINT is used for integer values, the input values cannot exceed 32767!

*See also:* CLNG