This action truncates a number to an arbitrary number of decimal places.
Get the minority or integer portion, or round to the specified number of digits.
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Truncate number Action from Variables onto the workspace.
Number to truncate
Specifies the number to be truncated.
Specifies the truncation method.
- Get integer part
- Get decimal part
- Round number
When rounding a number, specify the number of digits.
To round a number, specify the number of digits.
0 is for a whole number, 1 is for one decimal place, and anything less than or equal to two places is rounded to the nearest whole number.
The range is 0 to 28.
Similar to Excel's ROUND function, but integer digits cannot be rounded. (Specify a negative number of digits).
In that case, the following processing is required.
- Divide the number by a multiple of 10 and round off the truncated portion to the decimal point.
- This action truncates the number.
- Multiply the divided number by a multiple of 10 to restore the original digit.
If you want to truncate instead of rounding, the number must be subtracted by -0.5 (depending on the digit).
The value of the result of truncation is stored.
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