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

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INT(number) | INT(number) | ||

− | INT(3.6) is | + | INT() function rounds a number to the nearest integer towards zero. |

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+ | For Example, | ||

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+ | INT(3.6) ''returns 3'' as output. | ||

+ | INT(-2.4) ''returns -3'' as output. | ||

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+ | INT() can be used with multiple inputs as - | ||

+ | INT(4.5,6.7,3.345,2) that ''displays 4,6,3,2 as a result''. | ||

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+ | *If the input is non-numeric, Calci displays a NaN error message. | ||

*TRUNC() and INT() functions are somewhat similar. TRUNC() removes the fractional part of the number, where as INT() rounds the number down to nearest integer. | *TRUNC() and INT() functions are somewhat similar. TRUNC() removes the fractional part of the number, where as INT() rounds the number down to nearest integer. | ||

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TRUNC(-45.1) ''returns -46'' | TRUNC(-45.1) ''returns -46'' | ||

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== Examples == | == Examples == |

## Revision as of 22:56, 26 November 2013

# INT(number)

- Where number is a number to be rounded.

INT() rounds a number down to the nearest integer.

## Description

INT(number)

INT() function rounds a number to the nearest integer towards zero.

For Example,

INT(3.6) *returns 3* as output.
INT(-2.4) *returns -3* as output.

INT() can be used with multiple inputs as -
INT(4.5,6.7,3.345,2) that *displays 4,6,3,2 as a result*.

- If the input is non-numeric, Calci displays a NaN error message.

- TRUNC() and INT() functions are somewhat similar. TRUNC() removes the fractional part of the number, where as INT() rounds the number down to nearest integer.
- INT() and TRUNC() work differently with negative numbers.

INT(-45.1) *returns -45* whereas

TRUNC(-45.1) *returns -46*