hi everyone,

```
I am having a trouble in rounding up numbers to two decimal places.
I have written a piece of code but it is not working properly.
do anyone know , how to do it.
please help me.
```

thanks in advance.

hi everyone,

```
I am having a trouble in rounding up numbers to two decimal places.
I have written a piece of code but it is not working properly.
do anyone know , how to do it.
please help me.
```

thanks in advance.

try this for as3

Math.round(number*100)/100

try this for as3Math.round(number*100)/100

Same for AS2 for 3 decimals its Math.round(number*1000)/1000, and so on

Hi Rahul!

Code |
Number of Decimal
Places |
Example
Results |

`value= Math.round(20/7);` |
none | 3 |

```
value=
int((20/7)*10)/10;
``` |
1 | 2.8 |

```
value=
int((20/7)*100)/100;
``` |
2 | 2.85 |

```
value=
int((20/7)*1000)/1000;
``` |
3 | 2.857 |

```
value=
int((20/7)*10000)/10000;
``` |
4 | 2.85 71 |

Here “20 / 7” is your number.

thanks a lot guys.

I thank you all for your kind help.

rehmatullah, that’s mathematically incorect.

the ones with int()

it rounds only down

I took those lines from Adobe help page and I even tried them and they work fine.

Take a look at the logic that how the calculation is being done.

if it’s for cleaning up prices and outputting with a comma instead of a dot, use something like this:

```
function calcPrice(price:Number):String{
//round it
var newP:String = ((Math.round(price*100))/100).toString();
//replace the dot for a comma
newP = newP.split(".").join(",");
//check if we need to serve extra zeros
if(newP.split(",")[1].split("").length == 1){
newP += "0";
} else if(newP.split(",").length == 1){
newP += ",00";
}
//return the price
return newP;
}
```

hope that helps…

edit: friggin’ smiley junk. When will FD get it, that going to pastie etc. is way too much trouble. Make a special ‘code’ tag or something.

Funny that you came up with that topic… I was trying to get my head around this as well

thanks for the solution.

Who edited the post and what did you do to get that? (and off course, does it require more then 2 tags to do?)

Thanks anyways! great job!