Decimals..

Hi!
I have a number Ex 3.636589745 and i want to round it but keep one descimal.
In this case i will be left with the result 3.6

How do I do this?

Thanx!
micfroAsked:
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DaFoxCommented:
Hi micfro.

Check if FormatFloat() fits your needs.

Markus
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ziolkoCommented:
inclde Math in uses clausule, then:

function TForm1.DoubleRound(Number: Double;Digits: Byte):Double;
var fac: Extended;
begin
  fac:=Power(10,digits);
  Number:=Number*fac;
  Number:=Round(Number);
  Result:=Number/fac;
end;

procedure TForm1.Button1Click(Sender: TObject);
var x,y: Double;
begin
  x:=3.636589745;
  y:=DoubleRound(x,1);
  ShowMessage('y: '+FloatToStr(y));
end;

ziolko.
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kacorretiredCommented:
Hi micfro,

the simplest way to multiply by 10, round, then divide by 10

wbr

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micfroAuthor Commented:
Thank you very much!

You all solved my little problem :)

micfro
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kacorretiredCommented:
Hi micfro,

please don't forget accept somebody's answer. Otherwise we all are glad to help you.

wbr

Janos
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ziolkoCommented:
all comments helpfull... I'll sugest points for everyone :-))
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micfroAuthor Commented:
Ok, I'm new to this forum! But thank you for telling me :)

micfro
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