# Math.trunc()

The `Math.trunc()` function returns the integer part of a number by removing any fractional digits.

## Syntax

```Math.trunc(x)
```

`x`
A number.

### Return value

The integer part of the given number.

## Description

Unlike the other three `Math` methods: `Math.floor()`, `Math.ceil()` and `Math.round()`, the way `Math.trunc()` works is very simple. It truncates (cuts off) the dot and the digits to the right of it, no matter whether the argument is a positive or negative number.

The argument passed to this method will be converted to number type implicitly.

Because `trunc()` is a static method of `Math`, you always use it as `Math.trunc()`, rather than as a method of a `Math` object you created (`Math` is not a constructor).

## Examples

### Using `Math.trunc()`

```Math.trunc(13.37);    // 13
Math.trunc(42.84);    // 42
Math.trunc(0.123);    //  0
Math.trunc(-0.123);   // -0
Math.trunc('-1.123'); // -1
Math.trunc(NaN);      // NaN
Math.trunc('foo');    // NaN
Math.trunc();         // NaN
```

## Polyfill

```if (!Math.trunc) {
Math.trunc = function(v) {
v = +v;
if (!isFinite(v)) return v;

return (v - v % 1)   ||   (v < 0 ? -0 : v === 0 ? v : 0);

// returns:
//  0        ->  0
// -0        -> -0
//  0.2      ->  0
// -0.2      -> -0
//  0.7      ->  0
// -0.7      -> -0
//  Infinity ->  Infinity
// -Infinity -> -Infinity
//  NaN      ->  NaN
//  null     ->  0
};
}
```

or:

```if (!Math.trunc) {
Math.trunc = function (v) {
return v < 0 ? Math.ceil(v) : Math.floor(v);
};
}
```

## Specifications

Specification
ECMAScript Latest Draft (ECMA-262)
The definition of 'Math.trunc' in that specification.

## Browser compatibility

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