Function Round() Foundation
Rounds a numeric value to a specific number of decimal places.
Round( <nValue>, <nDecimals>) --> nRoundedValue
<nValue> is a numeric expression whose value is rounded.
<nDecimals> generally specifies the number of places after the decimal point in the rounded result. However, when <nDecimals> is negative, it specifies the number of places before the decimal point that are rounded.
Round() returns a numeric value.
When <nDecimals> is greater than or equal to zero, the numeric function Round() rounds the value <nValue> to the number of decimal places specified by <nDecimals>. When <nDecimals> is a negative value, the places before the decimal point are rounded. The digits 5 to 9 are rounded up, while the digits 0 to 4 round down.
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