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shanley06 (Programmer) (OP)
16 Dec 02 15:02
i was wondering if someone could tell me how to round numbers with decimals to a whole number
MiggyD (Programmer)
16 Dec 02 15:14
Look in the help files for INT() function.
Great008 (Programmer)
6 Mar 03 1:01
INT() always rounds the number down.
If you want it to round as a normal human would round such as 4.5 to 5 instead of what Qbasic would do and round 4.5 to 4 then just add .5


If you wanted to round like a normal human then you would
Answer is 5

Or just round like the computer would
Answer is 4
qbasicking (Programmer)
6 Mar 03 8:51
a = 4.55
IF a > INT(a) + .5 THEN
   a = INT(a) + 1
   a = INT(a)
Buff1 (Programmer)
6 Mar 03 14:24
Since QB4.5 doesnt have a currency floating point type here
is what I did.

DIM Dollar as long
DIM Cents as integer
DIM Amount as double

input amount
print Dollar;".";Cents
print using "##,###.##";Dollar+cents/100

this can also be stored in 5 bytes using mkl$ and chr$

one Caveat: you need to check for negative cents before
using chr$(cents)

If Cents<0 then Dollar=Dollar-1:Cents=Cents+100

then to get them back

quebasic2 (Programmer)
6 Mar 03 20:43
To round like a human, use the CINT() function.  On extremely large numbers, using CINT() will give you an error.  That is why most people use the INT() function whenever possible.

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