could someone explain to me why round behaves so weird for negative numbers ?
0.6 –> round = 1
1.4 –> round = 1
1.6 –> round = 2
-0.6 –> round = 0 ??
-1.4 –> round = 0 ??
-1.6 –> round = 0 ??
or am I missing something fundamental here ?
not sure why but perhaps do a little conversion from positive to negative to get round the problem
EDIT – just tried it here and it works fine with negative values, though i’m running 5.0.5
5.0.6 might be the culprit.
no worries, if known, I can take measures, it’s just that those kind of bugs are so fundamental and therefore so hard to spot.
I can’t reproduce. Are you sure you have the right round? There are many abstractions distributed with that name. What happens if you double-click it?
thx for the last comment which was on the the spot. that was indeed a different round from Karl-Heinz Essl
Thanks for confirming. Note that since 5.0.6 there’s a nearest attribute and round can also round to any number not just the closest integer.
Actually, I have to admit that I was slightly confused to not see the second inlet mentioned in the documentation when looking at my wrong "round".
But not clever enough to make the connection.
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