# @Integer (Formula Language)

Truncates the values in a number or number list at the whole number, leaving off any decimals. The values in the resulting list are separated using the multi-value separator that is selected for display in the field containing the formula.

## Syntax

**@Integer(** * numberValue * **)**

## Parameters

*numberValue*

Number or number list. The value(s) you want to truncate.

## Return value

*truncatedValue*

Number or number list. The truncated value(s).

## Usage

When using this function with a number list, the list concatenation operator takes precedence over any other operators. Negative numbers must be enclosed in parentheses.

## Examples

- This example returns 123;789.
`@Integer(123.001 : 789.999)`

- This example returns 127580;5;7341 if the numbers in the Sales,
CommissionRate, and Commission fields are 127580.35, 5.75, and 7341.62015,
respectively.
`@Integer(Sales:CommissionRate:Commission)`

- This example returns 3.
`@Integer(3.12)`

- This example returns 6.
`@Integer(6.735)`