# How do you round decimals in C#?

## How do you round decimals in C#?

Decimal. Round(Decimal) Method

- Syntax: public static decimal Round (decimal d); Here, it takes a decimal number to round.
- Return Value: This method returns the integer which is nearest to the d parameter.
- Exceptions: This method throws OverflowException if the result is outside the range of a Decimal value.

**How do I get 6 decimal places in C#?**

“c# round to 6 decimal places” Code Answer’s

- double number = 1.5362.
- int rounded = Math. Round(number)
- //rounds number to 2.
- double rounded_2 = Math. Round(number, 2)
- //rounds number to 1.54.

**How do you round off a float value in C#?**

“round float c#” Code Answer’s

- double number = 1.5362.
- int rounded = Math. Round(number)
- //rounds number to 2.
- double rounded_2 = Math. Round(number, 2)
- //rounds number to 1.54.

### How do you round to the second decimal place?

To round a decimal number correct to 2 decimal places, follow these steps: 1. Consider the digit in the third decimal place (that is, the thousandth’s place). 2. If it is less than 5, simply omit this digit and all digits that follow. (That is, omit all digits beginning from the third decimal place.) 3.

**How to reduce the number of decimal places?**

1) Select the cells you want to limit the number of decimal places. 2) Right click the selected cells, and select the Format Cells from the right-clicking menu. 3) In the coming Format Cells dialog box, go to the Number tab, click to highlight the Number in the Category box, and then type a number in the Decimal 4) Click the OK in the Format Cells dialog box.

**How do you round the nearest whole number?**

To round to the nearest whole you will need to cut the number off after the units column, so put a line in after the decimal point. If the number after the line (tenths) is less than 5 round the number down, and if the number is 5 or above round the number.

#### What is the nearest whole number?

Nearest ones whole number is the first digit before the decimal point of a number. If the tenth digit (first number before decimal point) of the number is greater than or equal to 5 we round up and add 1 to ones of number, If the tenth digit of the number is less than 5 we remove the decimal part. Example: