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how to check for number after the decimal point


how to check for number after the decimal point

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Hi everyone,



Sorry if this has been asked before..Wink



Not sure how to ask about this....



A = 1.005 / A= 1.450 / A= 1.670



the above are examples hehehe



if A <= .50 then A=1



if A> .50 then A=2



hope you get my drift....



am not sure how to go about this in code



Thanks for reading......Smile
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Just had a thought (look out everyone)Laugh



this is a long answer(a lot of typing anyway)



of using the "select command"



select FracSelect



case 0 to case 5

A=1



case 6 to case 9

A=2

End Select



not pretty but it works. hehehe

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Does the Round Function do what you need?

A = Math.Round(A, System.MidpointRounding.AwayFromZero)


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