## Excel VBA INT (Integer) Function

VBA INTis an inbuilt function which is used to give us only the integer part of a number provided us an input, this function is used in those data whose decimal part is not so much affecting the data so to ease the calculations or analysis we use INT function to get only the integer values.

This function is available with the worksheet as well as in VBA. Integer function rounds a specific number down to the nearest integer number.

VBA Int function can be used in Sub Procedure and Function Procedure. Now take a look at the syntax of the INT function in VBA.

It has only one argument to supply i.e., **Number.**

**The number**is the number we are trying to convert to INTEGER number. When the number is supplied, the INT function rounds down it to the nearest integer.

For example, if the supplied number is 68.54, then the Excel VBA Int function rounds down to 68, which is towards zero. If the supplied number is -68.54, then the INT function rounded the number to 69, which is away from zero.

### How to use VBA INT Function?

#### Example #1

Now, look at the simple example of the “INT” function in VBA. Let’s perform the task of round down the number 84.55 to the nearest integer number.

**Step 1: **Start the subprocedure.

**Step 2: **Declare the variable as **Integer**.

**Code:**

Sub INT_Example1() Dim K As Integer End Sub

**Step 3: **Now assign the formula to the variable “**k**” by applying the INT function.

**Code:**

Sub INT_Example1() Dim K As Integer K = Int( End Sub

**Step 4: **Supply the number as **84.55**.

Note: Since it is a numerical number, we need not supply with double-quotes.

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**Code:**

Sub INT_Example1() Dim K As Integer K = Int(84.55) End Sub

**Step 5: **Now passing the result of the variable in the VBA message box.

**Code:**

Sub INT_Example1() Dim K As Integer K = Int(84.55) MsgBox K End Sub

Ok, let’s run the code and see what happens.

So, the result is **84,** and it is rounded down to the nearest integer value.

#### Example #2

Now with the same number with the negative sign, we will try to convert to the nearest integer value. Below is the code with a negative sign.

**Code:**

Sub INT_Example2() Dim k As Integer k = Int(-84.55) 'Negative number with INT function MsgBox k End Sub

When I run this code, it has rounded the number to **-85**.

#### Example #3 – Extract Date Portion from Date & Time

Few times in my career, I have encountered the scenario of extracting the date & time separately from the combination of Date & Time.

For example, look at the below data of Date & Time.

How do you extract Date Portion and Time?

First, we need to Extract the Date portion. For this, let’s apply the INT function. The below code will extract the DATE portion from the above data.

**Code:**

Sub INT_Example2() Dim k As Integer For k = 2 To 12 Cells(k, 2).Value = Int(Cells(k, 1).Value) 'This will extract date to the second column Cells(k, 3).Value = Cells(k, 1).Value - Cells(k, 2).Value 'This will extract time to the third column Next k End Sub

Run this code. You might get the result like the below (if the formatting is not applied).

In the date column, apply the formatting as **“ DD-MMM-YYYY”** and for the time column, apply the date format in excel as

**“**

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