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    Kundan is offline Advanced Beginner
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    Regarding Program

    I want to separate a numbersí integer and decimal part. (eg. 12345.83 => 12345 & 0.83).


    I tried 12345.83\1 but it gives 12346 and 12345.83 Mod 1 gives 0. WHAT TO DO?

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    Integer part:
    Code:
    =FIX(YourNumber)
    Decimal part:
    Code:
    =YourNumber-FIX(YourNumber)

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    Kundan is offline Advanced Beginner
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    Regarding Prog.

    Quote Originally Posted by ArviLaanemets View Post
    Integer part:
    Code:
    =FIX(YourNumber)
    Decimal part:
    Code:
    =YourNumber-FIX(YourNumber)

    Thanks A Lot! It worked!! GOD BLESS YOU!!!

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