Re: Rounding errors in financial app transforms
Dimitre Novatchev wrote: Hi > > So if you try to round $100.105 to 2 decimal places you > > will get $100.11 whereas any financial system will (probably) > > expect $100.10. > > If this IS the case you are going to have to force values at > > the tipping point to go down not up. > Isn't this exactly what > round-half-to-even($arg as numeric?, $precision as xs:integer) > as numeric? > is supposed to do? As I understand it, it will round 100.115 to 100.12. And the description above always draws down when the last significant digit is 5, so would produces 100.11 instead. But I can be wrong, indeed. Regards, --drkm _____________________________________________________________________________ Ne gardez plus qu'une seule adresse mail ! Copiez vos mails vers Yahoo! Mail
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