How to concatinate 2 numeric fileds but leave out the ".00"

In Access, how to concatinate 2 numeric fileds but leave out the ".00"?  I need the field to remain numeric, but I just want the fields left of the decimal.
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Dale FyeCommented:
Can you give us a couple of examples?

Normally you would use the Int() function to strip the decimals from a value, but you don't normally "concatenate" numeric fields either.

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Try this:

SELECT CInt(Field1) & Cint(Field2) as NewField
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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)Commented:

try this

 concVal=clng(left([f1],Instr([f1],".")-1) & left([f2],Instr([f2],".")-1))
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kgittingerAuthor Commented:
Works just fine
Dale FyeCommented:
Did you really intend to award me all of the points?  (not that I'm complaining)

If not, click the "Request Attention" hyperlink in the bottom right corner of your original post and ask the moderators to reopen the question so that you can award points to another or more than one response.

Take 'em and run.  ;-)

Int() is the simplest, best and first solution here - the author presumably knows where to go from there.
kgittingerAuthor Commented:
The other two did not work for me
Dale FyeCommented:
Works for me.

Glad I could help.
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