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how to convert from a floating point number to a decimal number?

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I have a floating point variable $fp.
I want to copy its value in decimal integer format to the variable $di.
For example, if $fp=354.34, I want $di=354
             if $fp=354.55, I want $di=355
How do I do this? Thanks.
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#!/usr/local/bin/perl

$fp=354.34;
$di = sprintf("%.0f",$fp);
print "Rounded: $di\n";

$fp=354.55;
$di = sprintf("%.0f",$fp);
print "Rounded: $di\n";




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by:djc2
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Thanks! Just what I needed.
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