# Manuals/calci/ENFORCEINTEGER

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**ENFORCEINTEGER(Number)**

- is any real number.

## Description

- This function converts or enforces the given number or set of numbers to an integer value.
- Integer is the number without any decimal or fractional part but it can be the natural number with positive or negative sign.
- If the is positive, it is retained as positive only.

If the is negative, it is retained as negative only.

- Number 'zero' is natural number, neither positive nor negative.
- The argument can also be a result of any function.

## Examples

- ENFORCEINTEGER(44) = 44
- ENFORCEINTEGER(-2.45) = -2
- ENFORCEINTEGER(4/7) = 0
- ENFORCEINTEGER(-20/6) = -3
- ENFORCEINTEGER(SUM([-5,-30])) = -35

For a set of numbers, the function displays a table as follows -

- ENFORCEINTEGER(-5.5..5.5)=

Nature | Number | ENFORCETYPE |
---|---|---|

positive | -5.5 | -5 |

positive | -4.5 | -4 |

positive | -3.5 | -3 |

positive | -2.5 | -2 |

positive | -1.5 | -1 |

positive | 0 | 0 |

positive | 1.5 | 1 |

positive | 2.5 | 2 |

positive | 3.5 | 3 |

positive | 4.5 | 4 |

positive | 5.5 | 5 |

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