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Rounding

Hi!

Here is an easy one.

I started a new Delphi project and put 2 buttons on the empty form.

On the OnClick event of Button1, I inserted this line of code:
showmessage(FormatCurr('0.00',2.955) + #13 + FloatToStr(RoundTo(2.955,-2)));

On the OnClick event of Button2, I inserted this line of code:
showmessage(FormatCurr('0.00',3.955) + #13 + FloatToStr(RoundTo(3.955,-2)));

The only difference between the two lines is the constant float number.  2.955 for button1 and 3.955 for button2.

I ran the app and clicked on the buttons.

Button1 gave me this:
2.96
2.96

Button2 gave me this:
3.96
3.95

Why can't it be the same ?

What I need is to round 3.955 to 3.95 and 1.755 to 1.75 (while still rounding 3.956 to 3.96 and 1.755 to 1.76).  How do I do that ?

Thanks!!
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qas
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JGMSCommented:
I tried it in D7 and it worked normal.
You may check out the setting of the function SetRoundMode (rmTruncate will likely do what you see. Better use rmUp)

Regards JGMS      
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qasAuthor Commented:
Well I'm all messed up....

What I need, in fact, is that this function: FormatCurr('0.00',3.955) gives me 3.95.  For now, it returns me 3.96.

I'll check with the SetRoundMode and get back to you.  Thanks JGMS for the fast comment.
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geobulCommented:
Hi,

Try FormatCurr('0.00',RoundTo(3.955,-2)) instead.

Regards, Geo
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qasAuthor Commented:
My fault!

This was a stupid question from me....

My app is working fine.

Thanks anyways for the fast solutions.
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