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Use the INT and TRUNC functions to extract integer data

Use the INT and TRUNC functions to extract integer data: Excel for Mac 2016: Advanced Formulas and Functions
Use the INT and TRUNC functions to extract integer data: Excel for Mac 2016: Advanced Formulas and Functions

Use the INT function to return the lowest whole number portion of a formula or reference. When used with a negative number - =INT(-234.56) - the result is 235. INT always returns a value equal to or lower than the reference. Use the TRUNC function to return the whole number portion of a formula or reference.

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