Return a number rounded to a specified number of decimal places.
Syntax Round(expression, [decimal_places]) Key expression The numeric expression to be rounded. decimal_places The number of decimal places to round to. default=0 (which will return an integer).
The Round() function utilizes bankers rounding. When the last significant digit is a 5, it will round to the nearest even number. To instead follow the traditional rule of always rounding a 5 UP add a very small value such as + 0.000001
The Round() function may be used in VBA or in an SQL query.
Dim intDemo as Integer
intDemo = Round (123.64)
intDemo = Round (123.64, 1)
intDemo = Round (2.225, 2)
intDemo = Round (2.225 + 0.000001, 2)
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Int - Return the integer portion of a number (negative numbers round down)
Fix - Return the integer portion of a number (negative numbers round up)
Rounding in Access - Allen Browne
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