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Truncating a decimal

It seems that C# wants to round everything. I need to truncate a number instead.

i.e.   5.9 = 5, not 6

Is there a way to do this in C# without converting my number to a string, searching for the decimal and manipulating the string and converting back to a number?
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RosanneParnell
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volkingCommented:
look at the Ceiling() and Floor() functions.
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