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Posted on 2009-07-12
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hi there,

may i know how to get 2 decimal number in Visual Basic.
I don't want to use round() function

Example.

12.34555 = 12.34
12.37555 = 12.37 not 12.38
12.36222 = 12.36
1.3622 = 1.36
1.3688 = 1.36

Please help me.
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You could try this, assuming that MyVariable is declared as Single or Double:

MyVariable = Int(MyVariable * 100) / 100
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