Subtract .1 from the number before rounding it when you want it to round
100.5 will become 100.4 and round down.
100.6 will become 100.5 and round up.
Everything else will round as 'normal'.
On Fri, 2007-03-30 at 14:38 -0700, Michael wrote:
> I’m trying to round down any number with a half, but keep the round
> function for all other fractions.
> For example
> 100.1 becomes 100
> 100.4 becomes 100
> 100.5 becomes 100 (this one would ordinarily round to 101)
> 100.6 becomes 101
> 100.9 becomes 101
> Thanks, Mick
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