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This function truncates a number to an integer by removing its decimal, or fractional part




The parameter of this function can be defined as an XPath, variable or number.



Input parameters must be double.

The supported attribute types to use as input XPath parameter (or Xpaths stored in variables) are: integer, currency, float, real.

The function returns an error if the input parameter is either too long or undefined.

Use the IsNaN function to validate the parameter is a number.



In a Purchase Request Process an estimation of the price of a product is made based on the last three purchases of that product. The purchasing values are averaged to obtain the estimation. Likely this estimation will have a decimal part. In order to obtain an integer value, the Truncate function can be used:




//Obtain the estimated price by averaging the last three purchasing prices

EstimatedPrice = CHelper.Math.Average([<Product.Price1>,<Product.Price2>,<Product.Price3>]);

//Obtain the integer part of the estimated price

<Product.IntEstimatedPrice> = CHelper.Math.Truncate(EstimatedPrice);