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Rounding UP of currency in a query

Posted on 2007-11-20
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Hello All, I have spent far too much time researching this question on the Q&A of this site, So I have resorted to asking the wealth of experts chasing points.
What is the A2K equivalent of this Excel formula please
=CEILING(C2,0.1)
This happly upgrades figures like $13.02 to $13.10 or $32.58 to $32.60
I would like to imbed a rounding up formula in my Query that does the same please

Regards P
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Question by:Paulo357
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by:LennyGray
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Ccur(round(CurrencyAmount  + .50))
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Round to 0.1
   INT(<field>*10*-1)/10*-1
Round to 1
   INT(<field>*-1)*-1
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by:Paulo357
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Sorry Lenny, you formula only rounded $13.02 to $14.00.
Weddeh, your formula  "INT(<field>*10*-1)/10*-1" is spot on rounding $13.02 to $13.10
cheers!
Paul
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by:LennyGray
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No problem. I figured that you wanted rounding to the next dollar. Is that something particular to New Zealand?

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No its not particular to NZ Lenny, its just I was tasked to do this rounding by my boss for a pricing senerio he is using
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Thanks
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