The Excel INT function returns the integer part of a decimal number by rounding down to the integer.
Note the INT function rounds down, so negative numbers become more negative.
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The bulk of the text is devoted to code snippets that display the most common usage scenarios in which the library classes are used.
For example, while INT(10.8) returns 10, INT(-10.8) returns -11.
Use the INT function when you want only the integer part of a decimal number, and it's ok to always round the number down. It's important to note that INT actually rounds down numbers to the next lowest integer value. Use the TRUNC function if you want the exact integer part of both negative and positive numbers.
If you need to calculate a person's age from their birth date, you can do so with the YEARFRAC, INT, and TODAY functions.