#### convert to integer without rounding a number

`Hallo,i have a simple question:Lets say i have a decimal, 1.7 for eg and i want to convert it to integer,but WITHOUT ROUNDING THE NUMBER.So i tryed many different aproaches to do this but all failed, just the example below.I get a integer 2 instead of 1 so that means the number is rounded.If somebody knows how to do the same thing but without rounding the number please let me knowthanxSub Page_load()           Dim d As Double           d = 1.7           Dim i As String           i = Convert.ToInt32(d)           Response.Write("Integer value is" & i)       End SubFree Web Hosting - My asp.net website`
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```Use Math.Floor() on your double.
e.g.
Dim d As Double = 1.7Dim i As Integer = CInt( Math.Floor( d ) )
This will return the value of 1.RegardsDave```
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DMW
3/6/2006 12:14:43 AM

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