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How can I round up a decimal in VB

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Label1.Text = (APR ^ 12 - 1)  


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Math.Round(value, 1)
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Thanks

but  

Label1.Text = Math.Round((APR ^ 12 - 1), 1)


gives the result  of  0.1
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by:Ed
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sorry, me being a tool.

        Label1.Text = Math.Round(FinalAPR, 1)


That answer was correct, works now.
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perfect
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