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round off decimal number in vb 6

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I want to round off..........not exactly round off.it should be trim.
I have a number:2.05012413. I want make it 2.0501. It should have only four digits after decimal.
how do I do it in Vb6?
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If this is for display purposes, you can convert it to a string with Format

Format$( MyDecimalValue, "0.0000" );

If you want to actually change the value to round off to 4 decimals, use the Round function

MyDecimalValue = Round( MyDecimalValue, 4 )
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Thank you.
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