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Latest revision as of 17:36, 30 July 2010

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Command

INT
INT <n>


Returns the integer value of a number. This is the whole part of the number, without the portion after the decimal point.
To round to the nearest integer value see this example.

Parameters

<n>
Anything that evaluates to a number. This can be a variable, a number, another function, or an expression which includes numbers, variables and/or functions.
For example:
123
r1
r2 + r3
(r1 + (abs(a1 * a2) / (b3 * 62)))

Example

a1 = INT(r1)
a2 = INT(r1/14.2)
a3 = INT(1.23)