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TRUNC (Number,Number_Digits)
- Where 'Number' is the number to truncate and
- 'Number_Digits' is a number specifying the number of decimal places to be displayed in the result.
- TRUNC(), truncates a number to an integer.
Description
TRUNC (Number,Number_Digits)
For Example,
TRUNC(56.6878,2) returns 56.68 as a result.
- If digits is not specified, Calci considers it as 0.
- 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 -46 whereas
TRUNC(-45.1) returns -45
- TRUNC() can be combined with other functions as below -
TRUNC(SUM(3.4545,6.7878),2) returns 10.24 as a result.
- If the input is non-numeric, Calci displays an error message.
Examples
Function | Output |
TRUNC(1000.34,1) | 1000.3 |
TRUNC(23.4546,4) | 23.4546 |
TRUNC(34.98989898) | 34 |
TRUNC(-3.25) | -3 |
TRUNC(-222,2) | -222 |
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