Round function

Returns a number rounded to a specified number of decimal places.

Syntax

Round(expression, [ numdecimalplaces ])


The Round function syntax has these parts:

Part Description
expression Required. Numeric expression being rounded.
numdecimalplaces Optional. Number indicating how many places to the right of the decimal are included in the rounding. If omitted, integers are returned by the Round function.

Note

This VBA function returns something commonly referred to as bankers rounding. So be careful before using this function. For more predictable results, use Worksheet Round functions in Excel VBA.

Example

?Round(0.12335,4)
 0,1234
?Round(0.12345,4)
 0,1234
?Round(0.12355,4)
 0,1236
?Round(0.12365,4)
 0,1236

?WorksheetFunction.Round(0.12345,4)
 0,1235
?WorksheetFunction.RoundUp(0.12345,4)
 0,1235
?WorksheetFunction.RoundDown(0.12345,4)
 0,1234

?Round(0.00005,4)
 0
?WorksheetFunction.Round(0.00005,4)
 0,0001
?WorksheetFunction.RoundUp(0.00005,4)
 0,0001
?WorksheetFunction.RoundDown(0.00005,4)
 0

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