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Krazyesko
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Hi, i dont know where to put the decimal comma for reducing for my app

Hi friend of the microsoft community

 

quick question - i want to reduce the number after the virgule.

 

CountRows(Filter(Gallery4.AllItems;Title6.Text="MTL Building A";Subtitle4.Text=Text(Today())))/95*100&Text("%")

 

Krazyesko_0-1612283538317.png

 

see picture there like 10 number after comma.

 

thanks 

 

 

 

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ganeshsanap
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@Krazyesko 

You can use either RoundRoundDown, or RoundUp function as per your requirements.

 

For Example:

 

Round(CountRows(Filter(Gallery4.AllItems; Title6.Text = "MTL Building A"; Subtitle4.Text = Text(Today()))) / 95 * 100; 3) & Text("%")

 

This will round the number to show 3 digits to the right of the decimal point. 

 

Microsoft documentationRound, RoundDown, and RoundUp functions in Power Apps 


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Drrickryp
Super User
Super User

Hi @Krazyesko 

You would wrap 

Round(CountRows(
           Filter(
                   Gallery4.AllItems;Title6.Text="MTL Building A"; Subtitle4.Text = Text(
                                                                                         Today()
                                                                                     )
           )
          )/95*100, 2
) & Text("%")

 

The Round, RoundDown, and RoundUp functions round a number to the specified number of decimal places:

  • Round rounds up if the next digit is a 5 or higher. Otherwise, this function rounds down.

RoundNumberDecimalPlaces )
RoundDownNumberDecimalPlaces )
RoundUpNumberDecimalPlaces )

  • RoundDown always rounds down to the previous lower number.
  • RoundUp always rounds up to the next higher number.
ganeshsanap
Memorable Member
Memorable Member

@Krazyesko 

You can use either RoundRoundDown, or RoundUp function as per your requirements.

 

For Example:

 

Round(CountRows(Filter(Gallery4.AllItems; Title6.Text = "MTL Building A"; Subtitle4.Text = Text(Today()))) / 95 * 100; 3) & Text("%")

 

This will round the number to show 3 digits to the right of the decimal point. 

 

Microsoft documentationRound, RoundDown, and RoundUp functions in Power Apps 


Please click Accept as solution if my answer helped you to solve your issue. This will help others to find the correct solution easily. If the answer was useful in other ways, please consider giving it ‌‌👍

 

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