# Rounding Up Whole Numbers?

Feb 15, 2012I have a number like 6511 and I want to round it up to 7000. How do I tell the computer to round the numbers to the thousands place. I know how to round decimals but not whole numbers.

View 8 RepliesI have a number like 6511 and I want to round it up to 7000. How do I tell the computer to round the numbers to the thousands place. I know how to round decimals but not whole numbers.

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Lets say my number in text box is 0.376 (3 numbers after decimal) how to round it in a same text box to 0.38 (2 numbers after decimal). Basically any number to x.xx form . Can I have a code for that please

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Dim acc = 0

Dim i

Dim x() = {699.68, 632.70}

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I'm a college student, working on a small project, and I'm having some trouble understanding the Round command on VB. The project is very simple and straight forward, just a simple Bail Bonds program to calculate the bail plus a 10% fee. However, i want to integrate a kind of "promotion", where for every $1000 of the bail cost, $5 would be deducted. I know the formula for this, which is reasonable simple, i just need to know how to round the Bail variable to the nearest 1000 so i can do this calculation.

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Dim t As Long

Dim V As Long

Dim w As Long

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I haven't used VBA in a very very long time. So, go easy on me. I'm trying to do an IF THEN ELSE function where whatever the pVal cell says, Excel will input the correct currency value in the next cell. I have the cell format in the Excel workbook set to currency with 2 decimal places. However, when I add the UDF, it rounds up! I basically copied and pasted this code from an online website, but theirs did not have any decimals. I've tried calcvalue = Format("48.95","Currency") but it still rounds. I'm sure I'm leaving out something simple. Here's my function formula so far.

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I have a series of text boxes with numbers. They are an array called txtBF(0 to 16). I am trying to take the value that is to be displayed in the text box and make it have only one decimal place. I have tried using this code below but I keep getting an error message Run Time Error 13: Type Mismatch.

txtBF(11).text = Round(txtBF(11).text, 1)

and I have also tried this

txtBF(11).text = Math.Round(txtBF(11).text, 1)

i know this may soiund a bit of a n00bish question or 1 that pops out every now and then, but i am havin trouble trying to round off nubers.basically i ahev this label where a value i s inputted by the system after it goes thruogh user inputting so:1)user inputs somehting (* by somethingh)2) user input (* by something )etc etc.val(label1.text) = the additon of all those user inputs---to make life easier lets ust say user input1 = user input 2 k sometimes the val of label1 becomes a decimal point like 3453453.666777 etc when this happens i just want to round up to 2 decimal places i have looked on msdn for help which gave me:

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How would I go about rounding up decimal numbers to the nearest 2 decimal places? For example $7.0000032 would be $7.01 In theory, VB would make it $7.00 but if it is > $7.00, I want it to reflect that to the nearest penny... so $3.0000001 would be $3.01

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View 2 Replies View RelatedI have very basic question, I'm really not familiar with vb.net.

I have code like this: Dim minutes As Integer = (55 / 60)

I want this to return 0 to me, integer 0 (no decimals), but vb.net rounds this to 1.

Can someone hint me up how to accomplish this ?

edit. OK for those with same problem try dividing with (Yeah, it's not escape character in vb.net)

How can I round 4.39 to 5 in VB.NET? I tried:

Math.Round(4.39, 0)

But it displays 4.

i'm new to this forum and my doubt is i'm having three text box and say for eg.textbox1.text,textbox2.text,textbox3.text. and we are giving 4.52 and 8.76 as input in textbox 1 and 2 respectively the actual output we obtain is 39.5952, but i should get it as 39.59(only two digits after decimal point and no rounding) in textbox3

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View 5 Replies View RelatedI need code that would take the input from textbox "Txtkbb" and divide it in half then round to the nearest 25 and store it in value "KbbValue"

View 4 Replies View Relatedwhat is the syntax to round up a decimal leaving 2 digits after the decimal point,

ex: 2.566666 -> 2.57

I have a group of 25 labels named Label1, Label2, Label3, ... Label25 in a square of 5 per row, 5 per column and I wanted to assign the backcolor to all of them on a loop and assign a value of "True" or "False" to a matrix of 25 boolean values representing them.

But I was getting errors on the pattern created.

My approach was to use a substring containing a number copied from the label names:

Num = Val(sender.name.substring(5))

And the subindexes of the matrix:

p = (Num - 1) / 5

q = (Num - 1) Mod 5

The values for the lower corner of the matrix were rouded to 5 instead of being 4. Instead of (4,0) ,(4,1), (4,2), (4,3) (4,4) I was getting (5,0),(5,1)...(5,5)

So I solved the problem by creating two single variables "A" and "B", doing the divission and MOD operations on them, finding the floor of them and then converting to integer:

Private Sub Label1_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles _

Label1.Click, Label2.Click, Label3.Click, Label4.Click, Label5.Click, _

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i have the number 2.523 and its changing to 23. how can i cancel it?

View 1 Replies View RelatedI need a function that takes a decimal, with a certain number of digits behiond the comma and convert it to a string with a different number of n digits behind the comma. (to display it)My problem is the rounding ip/down.

like 123,789 with n = 2 --> 123,79

or 123,4 with n = 0 --> 123

or 123,5 with n = 0 --> 124

I did not find an existing function that does that, so I wrote one myself.However the code has become soo complex and it still does not work well, and I get frustrated to spend soo much time with something so trivial.Does anyone know a function that can do this? There must be something out there.

What is the rounding method that VB.NET uses when a double is used in a for statement like this. It looks like 5.5 is rounded to 6 and 10.5 is rounded to 10. The output of the program is 6 7 8 9 10

Sub Main()

Dim A As Double

Dim B As Double

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I'm using .Net 3.51 SP1. I've been having problems with .Net's inability to add single numbers, could anyone throw some light on this.

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I've been trying get rid of decimals on a number, but I need the whole number, so I can't have it rounded. I've tried .ToString and Format(), but without any luck.

View 3 Replies View RelatedI'm using the following code to show the percentage of correctly answered questions

Percentage.Text = rightAnswers / 60 * 100 & "%" There are 60 questions and if the user answers 8 correctly the above code shows the answer as 13.33333333..%

How can i round it off to just whole numbers e.g. 13%?

Im working on a program that is about to drive me nuts figuring out how to round and show only 3 or 4 numbers past the decimal placement and also show the scientific notation.

Here is an example of the code.[code...]

The problem here is that most of these calulations turn up so long that my text boxes just show a small portion of the answer. I have really investigated rounding and decimal placement but nothing seems to work...does anyone have a solution?

I need to round a single variable up to the nearest integer no matter what the decimal points are, weather it be 74.1 or 74.4 I always need it to round up to 75.ere is a sample of the code i am using

'Varibles

Dim sngLength As Single

Dim sngWidth As Single

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is it possible to make the edges on a form rounded rather than a sharp edge?

View 2 Replies View RelatedI am trying to make a *simple* calculator. I have everything I need but I want it to always round up if there is a decimal to the nearest whole number.

View 2 Replies View RelatedI have a bit of code that returns some stupidly long number, and i need it to round up or down to 2 decimal places. I've looked online but I dont really understand much of it (I'm still learning!).

Code:

shill = txtshill.Text * 5

pen = txtpen.Text / 2.5

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So I have to take a table and convert it to a text box after I take 10% off the listed price, round up, and then subtract .01 and then compare the two values and display the cheapest.I am hitting a roadblock on how to round up for one.[code]

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IfVal(TimeHalfFareTextBox.Text = $/£ 0.05)

Then roundup

to $/£ 0.10. Or it might be .....

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I need to round the result from compute.8/19, how can i round this result to two decimal.Is there any symbol i can use for compute function to recognize the rounding format, because not must be two decimal,sometime may one or in integer?

View 3 Replies View RelatedMy question is with regards to SqlCommand parameters in VB.NET. I have a database table which contains a datetime column, and I am trying to return all records between a daterange / time. I am using the syntax 'WHERE recordDate BETWEEN @StartDate AND @EndDate', and specifying the parameters using sqlComm.parameters.addwithvalue("EndDate", datetimeVar), etc.

My issue here is that when my datetimeVar contains '8/31/2010 11:59:59 PM', it ends up getting rounded to '9/1/2010'. I can only tell this by the results I am getting back, which include the records from '9/1/2010 12:00:00 AM'.

Am I missing something here or is this a bug? The parameter is of type DateTime, and the value is correct at runtime. In the meantime I have no issues if I write the datetime into the sql string itself ('WHERE recordDate BETWEEN '" & datetimeVar

& "' AND ...), but obviously I would prefer to use parameters for this.

How can I round a date (Date.Now) to the nearest second? When I assign Date.Now to a variable, the time has milliseconds associated with it. I want the seconds to be rounded up or down accordingly.

View 1 Replies View RelatedPlease can some one tell me how to round a number..In VB6 it's label1.caption = round(text1.text)

View 29 Replies View RelatedI have a database in ms access 03, the table name is ResourceMaster, where it contains ID(autonumber), Items name (Text datatype) and Rate (Number datatype), and these are the sample rates which i stored in Rate

column (99.99, 45.09, 45.01, 10.03, 10.05)

When i bind this table to my DGV the above mentioned numbers are getting changed like this (100.00, 45.00, 45.00, 10.00, 10.00) in DGV. I think the numbers getting rounding off but i dont want to round off, whatever in the table it should not changed in DGV.

I've figured out how to add the sales tax to a total, But I'm getting back an unrounded number for my total.This is my code to add the sales tax.

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I was wondering is there a class in .Net that is used to calculate precise numbers with no rounding errors? Of course this is just an example implementation. Basically the main point here is I'm searching for a class that does not have any rounding errors (usually by delaying calculations to the last moment).[code]I understand that performance would be slower than Double or Decimal. But it doesn't have to do calculations blindly fast, as long as it is within acceptable time.[code]

View 3 Replies View RelatedI receive a decimal number with a maximum of 4 digits after the "." and I know this number is in milligram.

I have to find the best matching unit (milligram, gram, kilogram) for the number.

for an example if I receive

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116000000.0000 milligram, it's going to return 116.0000 kilogram

66990000.0000 milligram, it's going to return 66.9900 kilogram

49000010.0000 milligram, it's going to return 49000.0100 g

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With the application i'm building i have to do some calculating, ive so far not had to do anything like this so i could use some pointers. Here's the simplist of calculation i have to do, if i could get some help pointing me in the right direction i could probabaly figure the rest out.

It would be Box1value * box2value / 144 = box3 But if box 3 returns a value of less than 2.5 it rounds up. The rounding function is very important to subsequent calculations i will have to make.

So the this simple form would work where the user inputs a number into box one and two and the calulation appears in box 3. Attached is a mockup of the form design.

integer 51 is the result of Math.Round(mX ) where mX = 50.8026755852843how do I ensure that an integer value is created but doesn't round up but rather rounds down.the application is a location coordinate system begin displayed and if the mouse pointer hovers over a point just slightly to the right of the vertical x grid line as determined by a MouseEventArg, I want the resultant integer value to be 50 if the Mouse

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