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The [[_ROUND]] function rounds to the closest EVEN [[INTEGER]], [[LONG]] or [[_INTEGER64]] numerical value.
The [[_ROUND]] function rounds to the closest even [[INTEGER]], [[LONG]] or [[_INTEGER64]] numerical value.




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: {{Parameter|value}} = [[_ROUND]]({{Parameter|number}})




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* Can round [[SINGLE]], [[DOUBLE]] or [[_FLOAT]] floating decimal point parameter values.
* Can round [[SINGLE]], [[DOUBLE]] or [[_FLOAT]] floating decimal point parameter values.
* Can be used when numerical values exceed the limits of [[CINT]] or [[CLNG]].
* Can be used when numerical values exceed the limits of [[CINT]] or [[CLNG]].
* Rounding is done to the closest even [[INTEGER|integer]] value. The same as Qbasic does with [[\|integer division]].
* Rounding is done to the closest even [[INTEGER|integer]] value. The same as QBasic does with [[\|integer division]].





Latest revision as of 00:09, 9 September 2017

The _ROUND function rounds to the closest even INTEGER, LONG or _INTEGER64 numerical value.


Syntax

value = _ROUND(number)


Description


Example: Displays how QB64 rounds to the closest even integer value.

PRINT _ROUND(0.5) PRINT _ROUND(1.5) PRINT _ROUND(2.5) PRINT _ROUND(3.5) PRINT _ROUND(4.5) PRINT _ROUND(5.5)

0 2 2 4 4 6


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