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22
23 package org.xquark.extractor.xfunctions;
24
25 import org.xquark.extractor.algebra.Expression;
26 import org.xquark.extractor.sql.SqlExpression;
27
28 /**
29 2.6.3 xf:round
30 2.6.3.1 Signature
31 xf:round(double $srcval) => integer
32
33 2.6.3.2 Parameters
34 $srcval static type is double
35
36 2.6.3.3 Semantics
37 Returns the number that is closest to the argument and that is an integer. More formally, round(x)
38 produces the same result as floor(x+0.5). These semantics are consistent with Java's semantics. If
39 there are two such numbers, then the one that is closest to positive infinity is returned. If the
40 argument is NaN, then NaN is returned. If the argument is positive infinity, then positive infinity
41 is returned. If the argument is negative infinity, then negative infinity is returned. If the
42 argument is positive zero, then positive zero is returned. If the argument is negative zero, then
43 negative zero is returned. If the argument is less than zero, but greater than or equal to -0.5,
44 then negative zero is returned.
45
46 2.6.3.4 Examples
47 xf:round(2.5) returns 3.
48
49 xf:round(2.4999) returns 2.
50
51 xf:round(-2.5) returns -2 (not the possible alternative, -3).
52  */

53 public final class XfRound extends Xfunction_Integer
54 {
55
56     private static final String JavaDoc RCSRevision = "$Revision: 1.3 $";
57     private static final String JavaDoc RCSName = "$Name: $";
58
59     public XfRound()
60     {
61       super("XfRound");
62     }
63
64     public XfRound(Expression arg )
65     {
66       super("XfRound");
67       setArgument(0,arg);
68     }
69
70     public SqlExpression accept(org.xquark.extractor.algebra.GenSqlVisitor visitor)
71     {
72         return visitor.visit(this);
73     }
74
75     public void accept(org.xquark.extractor.algebra.AlgebraVisitor visitor)
76     {
77         visitor.visit(this);
78     }
79 }
80
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