# Difference between revisions of "Manuals/calci/INT"

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*This function will give result as error when <math> number </math> is nonnumeric. | *This function will give result as error when <math> number </math> is nonnumeric. | ||

− | ==ZOS | + | ==ZOS== |

*The syntax is to calculate INT function in ZOS is <math>INT(number)</math>. | *The syntax is to calculate INT function in ZOS is <math>INT(number)</math>. | ||

**<math>number</math> is any real number. | **<math>number</math> is any real number. |

## Revision as of 13:48, 3 June 2015

**INT(number)**

- is any real number.

## Description

- This function gives number without any decimal part.
- The function INT(number) is rounding the given number to down to the nearest number.
- Integer is the number without any decimal or fractional part but it can be the natural number with positive or negative sign. i.e.,INTEGER={….-3,-2,-1,0,1,2,3...}
- So integers are countably infinite set.
- In , where is any real number.Also can be any operations with the real numbers.
- For e.g.,INT(2.3*4.7)
- This function will give result as error when is nonnumeric.

## ZOS

- The syntax is to calculate INT function in ZOS is .
- is any real number.

- For e.g.,int(-10.5),int((-19.25*11.21)/4)

## Examples

- INT(10.99)=10
- INT(-10.99)=-11
- INT(0.05)=0,INT(-0.05)=-1
- INT(4.56+7.21)=11
- INT(10.78-9.45)=1
- INT(12.76*12.76)=162
- INT(49.54/20.4)=2
- 20.76-INT(19.45)=1.76