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Hi,

I am writting one cricket app for windows phone and desktop also i have small query its i need to calculate the run rate but i am facing in the conversion decimal to int and i need that decimal value to int number.Please refer the below logic and example

Runs required to win
------------------------------ x 6 = Required run rate
Balls Remaining

For example 43 runs are required to win in 4.2 overs.
Then Required run rate would be:-

Runs required to win = 43
Balls Remaining = 4.2 overs = (4 x 6) + 2 = 26 balls

Runs required to win
------------------------------ x 6 = Required run rate
Balls Remaining

43
---- x 6 = 9.92
26
Posted 5-Feb-13 2:51am
Edited 5-Feb-13 2:52am
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NaVeN Kumar 5-Feb-13 7:57am

Do you need that conversion in C# or what?
Pete O'Hanlon 5-Feb-13 7:59am

But what is your actual question? I can see that you understand what it is you are trying to achieve, but I can't see anything in there that states what problem you are having. What, exactly, is causing you an issue?
nagesh21 5-Feb-13 23:50pm

Hi Pete, see first i will take the overs left in one text box for example overs left is 4.3 by using this we cannot calculate the runrate so we do like this 4*6+3 it comes to 27balls remaining i need this should be done through in code any option is there.I tried with rounding off the value but i am not able to add the precision value after multiplying with 6.

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## Solution 1

Assuming that you want a decimal run rate (9.92) converted up to the nearest integer:
```Decimal precise = 9.92M;
int roundedUp = (int)Math.Ceiling(precise);```

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