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Floor
Method
Finds the lowest relative integer value nearest to the specified decimal
 Decimal Structure System NameSpace
 CF 1 Function Floor ( Value : Decimal ) : Decimal; Static;
CF : Methods with this mark are Compact Framework Compatible
 Description If Value has a fractional part, then the value returned is rounded to the nearest integer in the direction of negative infinity.   Therefore negative numbers become larger in absolute value, and positive numbers become smaller. Notes Compare with Round and Truncate. Static methods are not methods of an object - they are simply class functions or procedures available at any time. Microsoft MSDN Links System System.Decimal Author links Buy Website Traffic at  Buywebsitetrafficexperts.com  Buy Proxies at Buyproxies.io

 A simple example program Project1; {\$APPTYPE CONSOLE} var   valueA, valueB : Decimal;   result         : Decimal; begin   valueA := 1.2;   valueB := -1.2;   Console.WriteLine('valueA       = {0}', valueA.ToString);   Console.WriteLine('valueB       = {0}', valueB.ToString); Console.WriteLine;   result := System.Decimal.Floor(valueA);   Console.WriteLine('valueA floor = ' + result.ToString);   result := System.Decimal.Floor(valueB);   Console.WriteLine('valueB floor = ' + result.ToString);   Console.ReadLine; end. valueA       = 1.2   valueB       = -1.2      valueA floor = 1   valueB floor = -2