# julia float to int

To convert a floating-point number to an integer in Julia, you can use the `convert()`

function or the `Int()`

constructor. Here's an example:

```
float_num = 3.14
# Using the convert() function
int_num = convert(Int64, float_num)
# Using the Int() constructor
int_num = Int64(float_num)
```

In the above code, `float_num`

is the floating-point number that you want to convert to an integer. You can replace `Int64`

with the specific integer type that you want to use, such as `Int32`

or `UInt8`

. The resulting integer value will be stored in the variable `int_num`

.

Note that when converting a floating-point number to an integer, the fractional part will be truncated. For example, if you convert `3.14`

to an integer, the resulting value will be `3`

.