# Rounding To The Nearest 25?

Mar 23, 2012I 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 RepliesI 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"

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How do I go about rounding up to the nearest (Unit 10) ie Codes Below

IfVal(TimeHalfFareTextBox.Text = $/£ 0.05)

Then roundup

to $/£ 0.10. Or it might be .....

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I'm trying to round a double to the nearest 5th or 10th number. So far my code looks like this basically:

'Mathamatical equation For Cost to Mow

dbCost = (txtArea.Text / dubMetres) + intExclusions * 3 + (intIrregular / 2)

Dim dbRounded As Double

'Trying to round to nearest 5 or 10

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I'm doing an assignment for class which is basically a simple program that takes 12 monthly temperatures and averages them. But I also need to round the average to the nearest tenth. I am not particularly good at programming or math and don't know how I would fit this into my code. I am Including My program thus far. I put in bold and italic where the calculation takes place.

Private Sub btnEmterTemperature_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles btnEmterTemperature.Click

'FOR BUTTON CLICK EVENT "ENTER TEMPERATURE"

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I have a program that will round any numbers I give it regardless of the data type I set (I've tried double and decimal) before it saves into the DB. I'm using MS access for the DB and I've set the data types in access to Numeric Double, Numeric Decimal, and Currency and all with decimal places set to 4 -- all to no avail.

What I do know:

1) The textboxes on the form accept the number value as I enter it and after I hit save the value displayed is the same as the number that I entered. However, once I query the database again for that entry the value has been rounded up/down to the nearest integer (whole number). For example: I enter 1000.50 and hit save. I search for that same entry and the value is saved as 1000. If I enter 1000.51 and hit save then search for the entry it shows the value saved as 1001.

2) I can store the desired value directly into the DB by manually entering it. When I search for that entry from within the program it displays the correct amount. HOWEVER, if I try to change the amount and then hit save I get a concurrency violation.

I think that it may be a setting somewhere in the program that doesn't allow for decimal places but I've search everywhere and I cant find anything.

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

View 5 Replies View RelatedI have written a program to return the colour of a pixel from an image. The problem I have is I need to return the colour name. Of course not all colours returned will be one of the pre-defined colours (knowncolours), so my question is, is there a way to find the nearest knowncolour which matches the colour of the pixel?

I have looked at GetNearestColour but am confused by its function. It just seems to return the same colour as the parameter passed into it.

For example, how would I get the # "220" from the number "229". Or the number "300" from "309"? The only way I've found to do this is using string stuff, but I'm afraid of the overhead for strings?

View 15 Replies View Relatedgetting a formula round off to the next highest .25.example:

2.35->2.50

2.26->2.50

2.24->2.25

2.51->2.75

I can't use the Round function because if I have 2.26 then it will round off to 2.25 which is unacceptable.I have been using the Ceiling function but it rounds it off to the nearest highest integer. Which can add an almost extra kg,lb to my formulas.

how can i always round a double up?

2.3 = 3

2.5 = 3

2.8 = 3

i always want to round up to the nearest whole number

I use Mschart to produce charts. What I am trying to get is the nearest data point by where I click on the chart. The problem is that I can't find any connection between the HitTest values and the data point x/y values.Say, I clicked on the following point:

Dim result As HitTestResult = Chart.HitTest(e.X, e.Y)I have now values of X and Y where I clicked. How to associate it with the data point values?

What I want to achieve is to double-click on the chart which would find the nearest data point (x,y as integer) and knowing these values I would be able to recalculate other values based upon where the user needs it and double-clicks.

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i got a function that search for database data, is it possible that i make it search the nearest words or keywords? which mean if d name is TEST, n i key in TE then it will show those name wit TEST TESS TSST? [Code]

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View 3 Replies View Relatedi'm building an image library and one of the things i want to do is compare the most common color in a given image to a set of established colors in rgb format the way i'll probably do this is create 3 arrays for the average r,g and b of each given image, and then compare them to my established values for r,g and b that i want to match to so if my first image has the average values of 255, 125 and 5 for r,g and b..what would be the best way to do a nearest match against my pre-established colors? (about 32 in total)

View 1 Replies View RelatedI have read about Round() and MidpointRounding.ToEven but I still could not figure how to use it to achieve what I want. I have numbers (usually from 5 digit decimal) such 125.36 , 125.10, 125.99. I want to make the 2 decimal point rounded to the nearest 20. Means, the 2 decimal point should be either .00 or .20 or 0.40 or .60 or 0.80 only.

125.36 should be 125.40 : 125.10 should be 125.00, 125.99 should be 126.00

125.54 should be 125.60 and so on

Is there math function to make or I should parse the number as text and test the last 2 digit?

Is there any prebuilt items to roundup a number to set fraction size or do I need to build a routine to do this? If I have to build this any thoughts on the way to go about it? I was thinking I need to strip the decimal places and then compare them to a dataset of numbers a make a choice?

View 3 Replies View RelatedDecimal number in my textbox I need to round to the nearest even number. Is there any idea how to do it?

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View 1 Replies View RelatedI'm creating a maths program and when it comes to division it's giving me .34216 as answeres which isn't what I want.I was thinking declaring the textbox the answer appears in as a single.It's not working out though and it's still using decimal points.I was told by my teacher to declare it as an integer so I tried that too, it's not working out also. I figured based on the code, I would be declaring array3() as the single or integer since that's the textbox the answer will be output into. [code]

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View 4 Replies View RelatedI'm trying to find a way to force my calculations to round up currency values to the nearest whole pence/cent.By default, rounding will round to the nearest pence/cent, whether this is up or down.I need it to always round up regardless.[code]My client's back office system rounds in this manner which is rather peculiar to say the least, however the prices on his website need to match and to to this they need to be rounded up.The built in ASP.NET Math.Round function only offers the regular rounding(and banker's rounding) and not an option to force rounding up or down.

View 3 Replies View RelatedI am working in excel trying to setup a function involving multiplying a cell by a set number and then having the result round to the nearest 10. Here's the beginning of my function statement fx=e3*1.026. say the result is 8654, I need it to round to 8650. Also if it comes back 8655, I need it to round to 8660. I have about 2,000 records I need to do this to so I was hoping that one formula or statement could be used for all my data.

View 2 Replies View Relatedif i have an integer a_variable = 1.1 how do i round it up to 2?

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

ex: 2.566666 -> 2.57

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

View 4 Replies View Relatedhow to avoid rounding off numbers

Code below

Dim acc = 0

Dim i

Dim x() = {699.68, 632.70}

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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?

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