# Rnd() and Round Function in MS Access

1. Rnd() Function :
Rnd() function return the random number.if we want to generate a number between 0 to 1 then use only Rnd. Otherwise, if we want to generate a number between a range then we will use the formula Int ((upperbound – lowerbound + 1) * Rnd + lowerbound).

Syntax :

• If we want to generate between 0 to 1 –
`Rnd `
• If we want to generate in a range –
`Int((upperbound - lowerbound + 1) * Rnd + lowerbound) `

Example-1 :

`SELECT Int ((10 - 1 + 1) * Rnd + 1) AS RandNumBetween1and10;`

Output –

RandNumBetween1and10
8

Example-2 :

`SELECT Rnd AS RandNumBetween0and1;`

Output –

RandNumBetween0and1
0.705547511577606

2. Round() Function :
Round() function returns rounds a number to a specified number of decimal places.In this function we will pass an expression and the second parameter will be decimal places till that the number will be rounded.

Note :
If the number ends with 5 then this function rounded last digits as even number.

Syntax :

`Round(expression, decimal_places)`

Example-1 :

`SELECT Round(23.67, 1) As round;`

Output –

round
23.7

Example-2 :

`SELECT Round(45.65, 1) As round;`

Output –

round
45.6
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