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Example is there where we use floor() and ceil() in qlikview?
Ceil function will round up a number. Ex: ceil(3.4) will return 4.
Floor will round down a number. Ex: floor(3.4) will return 3.
I use this when working with timestamps with hour and minutes values. Behind each date there's a number associated. Those dates with time, will have a decimal value (56321,23) where 23 represents the time and minutes (this is a random example!).
When in your model you don't need to use the hour, you can use ceil(Date) so your dates will always be DD/MM/YYYY 00:00:00 instead of DD/MM/YYYY 10:36:00.
This can also be used to format values. If you are working with big amounts, it might not tell you much to show the decimal. Instead of showing $26.354.201,31, you can use the ceil or floor function and round up/down the number, or using the format in the Number tab for the charts.
Advantage: It will helps to save lot of memory since it trims of timestamp.
For More: Get the Dates Right