Hello How can i round float to 2 digits after '.' ? Thanx

Hello How can i round float to 2 digits after '.' ? Thanx Quick and Dirty: Multiply by 100, add 0.5 (to round up correctly). convert to long, then back to float, then divide by 100. This is limited to values that will fit within a long, and is not efficient. It is reliable. also: float val; val = val - fmod(val, .01); Or, the real thing: char *_fcvt( double value, int count, int *dec, int *sign ); Which is a char string, which you can then feed to atof() and get your rounded value back. Alas, beware errors in precision limits! Balboos user@domain.invalid wrote: >...

is there a way to have a column round automatically instead of having to round onto another column? I don't want to add another column to just be able to round. -- denhar ------------------------------------------------------------------------ denhar's Profile: http://www.excelforum.com/member.php?action=getinfo&userid=24089 View this thread: http://www.excelforum.com/showthread.php?threadid=378356 If the column contains formulas, the formulas can incorporate the Round() function within themselves. For example, if the formula is: =A1*B1 it could be revised to: =ROUND(A1*...

I'm using Excel 2007 but 'save as' 97-2003 as colleagues have different versions. All number formats are set to 2 decimal places. I'm finding that percentage calculations are rounding up to 2 decimal places but when the result in currency is subtracted from another figure the sum is rounded down. This gives results such as 6 - 3 = 4. I'm sure there must be a simple answer but I can't find it. Hoping someone here knows, as checking all simple calcuations is getting ridiculous ! Carrie "Carrie" <pantscarolyn.smith2@ntlworld.com> w...

Hi, I am using the Sales Global Procedure SOP_Calculate_Trade_Discount_Split. This procedure returns the line trade discount. The line trade discount returned is rounded off. eg: if value is 6.76 then it returns 7.00. Is there some place where i can specify to turn off the rounding off? The output type is Currency. Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks & Regards, Sup ...

Good Morning & a Happy New Year to all subscribers in this group. I want to round up Start times and round down Finish times to the next or previous 15 minutes in my spreadsheet. I have found MROUND but this does not work for me in all cases. There does not seem to be MROUNDUP or MROUNDDOWN available. I can get the results I want using a VLOOKUP table but is there another way? Regards to all, Dave Moore =FLOOR(A1,TIME(,15,)) =CEILING(A1,TIME(,15,)) -- David Biddulph DaveMoore wrote: > Good Morning & a Happy New Year to all subscribers in this group. > >...

I am using Money 99 and, only on investments section, when I try enter a price or quantity with a decimal part, it simply round it to an integer number automatically when I exit the edit box. Do you know how can I make it work correctly. My Contorl Panel / Currency is already configured to 2 decimal digits and it works perfectly in the other fields where I have to put a value. Thanks for your help. Fabio Wasn't Money 99 around before they decimalized stocks? May not be possible to fix it... Fabio Pires wrote: > I am using Money 99 and, only on investments section, > when...

HHi U'm not very good with computers. And I did a spreadsheet on excel and had percentages I wanted to put in a chart...when I created the chart (piechart) the values came out all inacurate. I wanted one to be 8% and it came out 6%. I heard you couold try and fix it using decimal places but that only makes a minor difference. Is there something I dont know about thats fairly simple to do? Hi Andrea If you'ld like to give us an example of your data (e.g. three categories and the associated percentages) and explain to us where the percentages came from - did you type th...

I have rounded some numbers to the thousands digits. I need help finding a formula that rounds the displayed (rounded thousands) digits. Everything I try only calculates it based on the unrounded numbers and as such many sum numbers are off by 1 (or really 1,000). Any help would be awesome! thanks On Fri, 19 Feb 2010 06:57:01 -0800, ALG <ALG@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote: >I have rounded some numbers to the thousands digits. I need help finding a >formula that rounds the displayed (rounded thousands) digits. Everything I >try only calculates it based on t...

My spread sheet is used to track arrival times at a specific location. The location has a scheduled arrival time in column C, in column D I enter the actual arrival time when a vehicle arrives, and column E calculates the difference. I use the 1904 time system so I’ll be able to calculate and show negative time. Column E is set with =IF(D3=””,””,D3-C3) this will have column E appear blank until the actual time is entered. Without =IF(D3=””,””,D3-C3)in column E and with =D3-C3 this will show the negative of the scheduled time i.e. -4:59 or -18:44. The schedule time is always pr...

I would like the formula for the following situation. How do I make all numbers in cell A3 from 1-32 round up to 33, all numbers 34-65 round up to 66 and all numbers 67-99 round up to 100? Thank you for any help. Alexis Hi Alexis See if =INT(CEILING(A3,100/3)) does what you want. HTH. Best wishes Harald "Alexis Anthony" <alexisanthony1@yahoo.com> skrev i melding news:56c40e33.0405021336.1aa773f0@posting.google.com... > I would like the formula for the following situation. > > How do I make all numbers in cell A3 from 1-32 round up to 33, all > numbers 34-65 r...

I have a column of numbers, all multiples of 10, starting at 100 and going up into the thousands. I want to round them to the nearest 50, so 140 would become 150 and so would 160. How do I do that? TIA Steven I plan to live forever.....or die trying! =ROUND(A1/50,0)*50 -- HTH Bob Phillips (replace xxxx in the email address with gmail if mailing direct) "Steven" <none@myisp.com> wrote in message news:#2XwkuAEHHA.1224@TK2MSFTNGP04.phx.gbl... > I have a column of numbers, all multiples of 10, starting at 100 and going > up into the thousands. I want...

Hi, everybody: Is it possible to add bitmap picture to my dialog which is not a rectangle? If I do it the simple way - add picture control to my dialog (which is rectangle) and then assign to it some bitmap, which is not rectangle, dark background can be seen in the places where bitmap doesn't fill in picture control. Is it possible to avoid it? Thanks, Alex I would use CDC::SelectClipRgn() to set the region of the DC to the shape you want, rounded rect in your case, and then do the bitblt. AliR. "Alex" <alsim123@hotmail.com> wrote in message news:1177602846.2566...

Is it possible to perform a calculation and have the result rounded up to the next whole number? I don't ever want it rounded down. Hi =ROUNDUP(your_formula,0) -- Regards Frank Kabel Frankfurt, Germany Keith wrote: > Is it possible to perform a calculation and have the result rounded > up to the next whole number? I don't ever want it rounded down. ...

Hello MVP's Is there a way that I can round this formula that I have for a control source of a textbox txtSubTotal value = 3.15 Textbox1 ControlSource =Nz([txtSubTotal]*0.0675,0) So instead of this $0.2126 I would get this $0.21 The Textbox that I have the formula in looks like $0.21 but I have a command button that adds this the Textbox value to a subform which turns the 0.21 to 0.2126 There is a ROUND function which allows you to specify to how many decimal places you want to round. -- Bob Larson Access World Forums Super Moderator ____________________________________ If my post was...

Hello All, I need to calculate times to the second (hh:mm:ss) but display the results to the nearest minute. However using the the hh:mm format simply removes the seconds - how can I get Excel to round to the nearest minute? Thanks in advance, K ------------------------------------------------ ~~ Message posted from http://www.ExcelTip.com/ ~~ View and post usenet messages directly from http://www.ExcelForum.com/ Kenneth, You can't use formatting to round the time value. You will either have to live with the truncation provided by the hh:mm format, or actually round the value in t...

I'm making price list. 150 articles and I want that every price have last number 9. Ex. 1651,00 = 1659,00 1255,00 = 1259,00 etc... Help! =3DINT(A1/10)*10+9 HIH On 26 Mar, 09:49, Vladek <Vla...@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote: > I'm making price list. 150 articles and I want that every price have last > number 9. > Ex. 1651,00 =3D 1659,00 > =A0 =A0 =A01255,00 =3D 1259,00 > etc... > > Help! Hi, Try this =CEILING(A1,10)-1 -- Mike When competing hypotheses are otherwise equal, adopt the hypothesis that introduces th...

Excel 2003: I've got a column of cells. I highlight the entire column, do a format / cells / number then I choose 0 decimal places I have a list of serial numbers that I want to input, and then "fill down"... because they're all in sequence. However, when I input. They are 14 digits long. Every time I input a 14-digit number, Excel forces it to round up to the 5th number from the right. How can I get it to stop doing this? Hi Excel should not round in this case. Maybe it shows the number in the scientific notation. Try the folowing custom format: 00000000000000 >...

Here is what I am trying to do I have 2 columns that have been formated and formula added to calculate the difference between 2 times. e.g 22:00-01:00 equals 3 hours. The problem I am having is when the times are 22:00 to midnight or 00:00. It will not show anything. So I have to input either 23:59 or 00:01, the problem with this is that the resulting time shown is either 2.98 or something similar How do I get it to round to the nearest quarter hour Bobby "bobby todd" <anonymous@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:A47EF5F0-ABC7-405B-B3E8-86F24CD5DBBA@microsoft....

Is there any way to display a rounded number in a cell, but use th original unrounded number when other cells reference that cell in calculation? It would be a pain to use the components of the rounde cell in the calculation in which i would need the unrounded number. I need a function that displays a rounded number, but uses th unrounded number in calculations -- mattflo ----------------------------------------------------------------------- mattflow's Profile: http://www.excelforum.com/member.php?action=getinfo&userid=2512 View this thread: http://www.excelforum.com/showthread.ph...

Hello, I've got a question with an Access 2000 Database. I've got a query with a calculated field: Der_Percent_Good. Der_Percent_Good: Nz((100*(1-[Num_Out_Tol]/[Shipment_Sample_Size])),"N/ A") This field is supposed to be a percentage, and I'd like this field to be able to round to 2 decimal places, for right now it does not. Right now it has a large amount of decimal places if the situation arises, like 1/3 (goes out of view on my textbox on the form), and it will have 0 decimal places if it turns out to be a whole number (0/100). I've tried selecting Properties-...

Hello, I want to calculate how many rows I need in a grid for a given number of cells when the number of columns is limited to let's say 6. Somehow I don't find any better way than using Mod because lCellCount=1917 lMaxCols = 6 would return 319,5 but VB6 rounds that down to 319 instead of rounding it up. This means I get 1 row less than I really need. I was only able to help me by using Mod but that looks fishy/ unncessary to me. Here is my code: Dim lRows& lRows = lCellCount \ lMaxCols Dim iMod% iMod = lCellCount Mod lMaxCols ...

Can you round to the nearest Dollar? Yes, if the Price Method is one that caculates the selling price (such as % of List, markup from list, etc). Click on Options, select the Round Option and set to multiple of and enter 1.00 in the Round Amount field. -- Richard L. Whaley Author / Consultant / MVP Documentation for Software Users Get our Free Tips and Tricks Newsletter and check out our books at http://www.AccoladePublications.com "tstrop" wrote: > Can you round to the nearest Dollar? ...

Hi All I was just wondering if there was a way of Excel showing a numbe without rounding it off? When I enter a number like 7.8, it rounds it off to 8.0, and i was jus wondering if there was a way to stop this from happening as i woul prefer the 7.8 to be shown. Thanks in advance Mar -- Message posted from http://www.ExcelForum.com Hi just format the cell with some decimla points (goto 'format - Cells') -- Regards Frank Kabel Frankfurt, Germany "sparky3883 >" <<sparky3883.14e396@excelforum-nospam.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag news:sparky3883.14e396@excelfor...

Is there a way to round up a number as soon as it becomes higher than the whole number? I am writing a painting estimating file, and would like for the number to always round up, so for example, if I need 10.01 gallons of paint, it becomes 11 gallons of paint. Thanks Gary Do you mean in the cell the number is entered in? Or in another formula = that references that cell (for example, the cell where you multiply the = gallons by the price per gallon)? If you mean the same cell, would = require VB coding (which would physically change the cell value from = what you typed to the rounded...

Version: 2008 Operating System: Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard) Processor: Intel How do I round up or down to the nearest $ .25 increment in a formula written in to express currency. <br><br>Thanks, <br> Todd In article <59bb28d6.-1@webcrossing.JaKIaxP2ac0>, ToddM@officeformac.com wrote: > Version: 2008 > Operating System: Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard) > Processor: Intel > > How do I round up or down to the nearest $ .25 increment in a formula written > in to express currency. <br><br>Thanks, <br> > Todd Read ...