Documentation/Calc Functions/AFRUND.GULV

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    AFRUND.GULV

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    Resume:

    Afrunder et tal til det nærmeste multiplum af en signifikant værdi.

    Syntaks:

    AFRUND.GULV(Number [; Significance[; Mode]])

    Returnerer:

    Returnerer en heltalsværdi.

    Argumenter:

    Tallet er det tal, som skal afrundes, eller en reference til en celle, der indeholder tallet.

    Signifikans (valgfri) er den værdi, eller en reference til en celle, der indeholder den værdi, som tallet skal afrundes til et multiplum af. Standardværdien er +1 eller -1 afhængigt af tallets fortegn.

    Tilstand (valgfri) er et tal, eller en reference til en celle, der indeholder et tal. Funktionen bruger kun tilstand, hvis både tallet og signifikans er negative. Så hvis tilstand er givet og ikke lig med nul, rundes tallene op (imod nul). Hvis tilstand er lig med nul eller ikke givet, rundes negative tal ned(væk fra nul).

    • If any argument is non-numeric, then AFRUND.GULV reports a #VÆRDI! error.
    • If one of Number or Significance is positive while the other is negative, then AFRUND.GULV reports an invalid argument error (Fejl:502).
    • If either Number or Significance is equal to 0, then AFRUND.GULV returns 0.

    Yderligere oplysninger:

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    Advarsel:
    Hvis regnearket eksporteres til Microsoft Excel, eksporteres funktionen AFRUND.GULV som til tilsvarende funktion GULV.MAT, der har eksisteret siden Excel 2013. Hvis du planlægger at bruge regnearket med tidligere Excel-versioner, bruger du enten GULV.PRÆCIS, der har eksisteret siden Excel 2010 eller GULV.XCL, der eksporteres som funktionen AFRUND.GULV, der er kompatibel med alle Excel versioner.

    • With Significance set or defaulted to -1 or +1 (with the same sign as Number) and Mode set or defaulted to 0 or FALSK, AFRUND.GULV provides functionality that implements the standard mathematical definition of a floor value.
    • If you export a spreadsheet to Microsoft Excel, calls to the AFRUND.GULV function are converted to GULV.MAT (GULV.MAT has existed in Excel since Excel 2013). If you intend to use a spreadsheet with earlier Excel versions, use either the GULV.PRÆCIS function (that has existed in Excel since Excel 2010), or the GULV.XCL function that is converted to AFRUND.GULV on export and should be compatible with all Excel versions.


    General information about Calc's floor functions

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    Bemærk:
    For convenience, the information in this subsection is repeated on all pages describing Calc’s floor functions.

    General introductory information about floor functions can be found at Wikipedia's Floor and ceiling functions page.

    Calc provides four functions that can be used to calculate the floor value of a number, and these are:

    The most important of these for many users will be the AFRUND.GULV function, which implements the requirements laid out in Section 6.17.3 of ODF 1.2, Part 2.

    Calc provides the GULV.MAT, and GULV.PRÆCIS functions to increase interoperability with Microsoft Excel, which provides two similar functions with the same names.

    Microsoft Excel's AFRUND.GULV function accepts two arguments and so is not compliant with ODF 1.2. This difference in behaviour could lead to interoperability problems but these are avoided through the provision of the GULV.XCL function, as follows:

    • When Calc saves a spreadsheet to Excel 2007-365 (*.xlsx) format, any call to Calc's AFRUND.GULV function is converted to a call to Excel's GULV.MAT function, and any call to Calc's GULV.XCL function is converted to a call to Excel's AFRUND.GULV function.
    • When Calc opens a spreadsheet in Excel 2007-365 (*.xlsx) format, any call to Excel's AFRUND.GULV function is converted to a call to Calc's GULV.XCL function.

    Eksempler:

    Formula Description Returns
    =AFRUND.GULV(11,5) Significance defaults to +1 and Mode defaults to 0. The function rounds down 11.5 to the nearest integer multiple of +1. 11
    =AFRUND.GULV(−11,5) Significance defaults to -1 and Mode defaults to 0. The function rounds down -11.5 to the nearest integer multiple of -1. −12
    =AFRUND.GULV(7; 2,3) Mode defaults to 0. The function rounds down 7 to the nearest integer multiple of 2.3. 6,9
    =AFRUND.GULV(−7; −2,3) Mode defaults to 0. The function rounds down -7 to the nearest integer multiple of -2.3. −9,2
    =AFRUND.GULV(D1; D2; D3) where cells D1, D2, and D3 contain the numbers 10, 3, and 1 respectively. The function rounds down the value 10 to the nearest integer multiple of 3. The value of Mode is not significant for a positive number. 9
    =AFRUND.GULV(−10; −3; 0) With Mode set to 0, the function rounds down the value -10 to the nearest integer multiple of -3. −12
    =AFRUND.GULV(−10; −3; 7,6) With Mode set to a non-zero value, the function rounds up the value of -10 to the nearest integer multiple of -3. −9
    =AFRUND.GULV(−3,6; ; SAND()) Significance defaults to -1. With Mode set to a non-zero value, the function rounds up the value of -3.6 to the nearest integer multiple of -1. −3

    Beslægtede LibreOffice-funktioner:

    AFRUND.LOFT

    LOFT.MATEMATIK

    LOFT.PRECISE

    LOFT.XCL

    GULV.MAT

    GULV.PRÆCIS

    GULV.XCL

    HELTAL

    ISO.LOFT

    ODF standard:

    Relaterede (eller lignende) Excel-funktioner:

    FLOOR.MATH