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select ROUND(2068.1550000000,2) and tried vba code of... How can we get this to round correctly? Taffycat posted Nov 12, 2016 at 8:59 AM Loading... jjturner View Public Profile Find More Posts by jjturner

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Please study the in-line comments for the subtle details and the way CDec is used to avoid bit errors. ' Common constants. ' Public Const Base10 As Double = 10 ' When the final digit is a 5, if the previous digit is odd > the number is rounded up, and if even, it is rounded down. However, the Round function behaves a little peculiar, so before using this function, please read the following: The Round function utilizes round-to-even logic. What I am looking for is to understand how an existing Round function works, cause it seems that it works differently than Banker's round (see examples in my first post). Discover More

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I was unaware of that weird behavior before, so now if I change the standard Round to something else, this may cause existing invoices to change :) It does Banker's rounding Password Register FAQ Community Top Posters Today's Posts Search Community Links Social Groups Pictures & Albums Members List Calendar Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Tag Search Advanced Search Find When data type is Currency or Decimal, Round works as it supposed to (Banker's round). The value is not > rounded correctly to the second decimal place.

If you do not wish to use bankers rounding, get Ken Getz' custom function (linked above.) Floating point errors Fractional values in a computer are typically handled as floating point numbers. Place it in a standard module. Best regards, Mário Lemos Cabral Reply With Quote Quick Navigation Microsoft Access Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Non-SQL Forums MongoDB Database Server Ms Access Round To Nearest 100 Find More Posts by namliam

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You currently have 0 posts. If n is omitted, it defaults to zero. From Access 2000 on, a Round() function is included, but it doesn't give the results you might expect (see Lance Roberts' post below). –David-W-Fenton Sep 26 '08 at 19:35 https://www.techonthenet.com/access/functions/numeric/round.php Built-in Functions — Python v2.6.4 documentation Just out of curiosity, why would you think that the definition of the Round function from one programming language, Python, would apply to another totally

One of the SQL Server objects that you can interact with from within Microsoft Ac… MS Access MS SQL Server Email Servers MS Access – Using DLookup Video by: Jim In Access Query Decimal Places Not Working More About Us... Please could anyone tell me why this is? Example: > ?

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When the final digit is a 5, if the previous digit is odd the number is rounded up, and if even, it is rounded down. It alternates! ' Where as round(0.51) will always be 1. Ms Access Decimal Places I want to show the values in 'Num' to 2 decimal places, so I use the query SELECT Table1.Num, Round([Num],2) AS Rounded FROM Table1; But this query returns 39.549999237 when Num=39.55, Access Int Function Advertisement dBforums Brief Subscribe to dBforums Brief to receive special offers from dBforums partners and sponsors Top Helpers healdem - 59 mark.b - 55 Pat Phelan - 54 ranman256 - 23

About Us PC Review is a computing review website with helpful tech support forums staffed by PC experts. weblink So how do I get Round(2.245, 2) = 2.24 while Round(1.245, 2) = 1.25 ? For example, open the Immediate Window (Ctrl+G), and enter: ? Reply With Quote 07-01-04,20:40 #4 Bullschmidt View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage Guru Join Date Jun 2003 Location USA Posts 1,032 I've got my own little rounding function called jpsRound() Access Decimal Places Not Working

Am I right? Contact Us - Wrox - Privacy Statement - Top Powered by vBulletin Copyright ©2000 - 2016, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd. © 2013 John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Round function - how it REALLY works Expert 100+ P: 181 dima69 May be somebody can explain to me how Round function works in Access. http://3rdm.org/ms-access/ms-access-date-function-not-working.php The resulting > number is not rounded correctly to the proper decimal place. > ROUND(2068.1550000000,2) > The ROUND()function returns 2068.15.

Remember it is always best to post a sample database to avoid us having to "guess" at what the data is... ;-) Jeff 0 LVL 2 Overall: Level 2 MS Access Ceiling Function Any ideas? Find More Posts by namliam 09-21-2009, 10:54 AM #5 jjturner Newly Registered User Join Date: Aug 2002 Location: Boston, MA Posts: 387 Thanks: 0 Thanked

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I initially came across the problem in Access Reports where I was unable to run my border lines down through the entire page as I was using the P… MS Access The Currency data type in Access is fixed point: it always stores 4 decimal places. For example: RoundedValue: Round([UnitPrice],1) The results would now be displayed in a column called RoundedValue. Access Vba Round Up Nearest Whole Number ROUND(2068.1550000000, 2) Yields 2068.16 for me in A2003.

The 0.005 solution got us the closest to the figure required. Here's a function that I think will do what you want. Frequently Asked Questions Question: I read your explanation of the Round function using the round-to-even logic. his comment is here What is a Koffka Word™? (also: Connect the Clues!) Do any of the following actions show up in a credit report?

Updated August 2008. This article claims VBA6 uses banker's rounding, which means that exact half rounds to the closest even digit. This is incorrect. No Waaaaaaay!!!!!!!!!!!

A form does not expose it's calculation dependenc… MS Access How to underlay a section in Microsoft Access Reports Article by: SeyerIT I originally created this report in Crystal Reports 2008 Have a great day Bullschmidt! - By the way - I visited your website and it's really cool. Round(CCur(2.25), 1), Round(CCur(2.15), 1) -- Allen Browne - Microsoft MVP. Guest Guest Using the ROUND() function after performing mathematical calculations on certain numeric values does not produce the correct result.

The Round column uses the formula Round([debit],2). Thread Tools Rate Thread Display Modes 09-18-2009, 02:39 AM #1 rsf Newly Registered User Join Date: Sep 2009 Posts: 15 Thanks: 3 Thanked 3 Times in 3 Posts Round Rounding dates and times Note that the Date/Time data type in Access is a special kind of floating point type, where the fractional part represents the time of day. It's quite extensive and you may find your answer there: http://ewbi.blogs.com/develops/2003/...und_yet_a.html #4 (permalink) May 22nd, 2007, 06:45 PM darrenb Authorized User Join Date: Mar 2007 Location: Sydney, NSW,

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The decimal places property of the field is 'Auto', but that should be irrelevant, shouldn't it? You currently have 0 posts.

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