Rounds a number down, toward zero, to a certain precision. So, it rounds positive numbers down and negative numbers up.
ROUNDDOWN(Number [; Count])
Returns Number rounded down (towards zero) to Count decimal places.
Number is a real number or a reference to the cell containing that number which is to be rounded down to a certain number of decimal places.
Count is an integer or a reference to the cell containing that integer which is the number of decimal places to which Number is to be rounded down.
- If Count is omitted or zero, the function rounds to the nearest integer. If Count is negative, the function rounds to the nearest 10, 100, 1000, etc.
- If Count is a non-integer value then the function uses the floor of the input value, i.e. it is truncated to an integer. For eg. 2.5 is truncated to 2 and -2.5 is truncated to -2.
This function rounds towards zero. See ROUNDUP and ROUND for alternatives.
|=ROUNDDOWN(2.348;2)||rounds down 2.348 to 2 decimal places||2.34|
|=ROUNDDOWN(-32.4834;3)||rounds down -32.4834 to 3 decimal places||-32.483|
|=ROUNDDOWN(2.648;0)||gives integer part of 2.348 by rounding down||2|
|=ROUNDDOWN(-45.67)||rounds down -45.67 to integer towards 0||-45|
|=ROUNDDOWN(987.65;-2)||rounds down 987.65 to 2 places before decimal point||900|
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