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Truncation is the term used for limiting the number of digits right of the decimal point by discarding the least significant ones.
Truncation may also refer to:
- Truncation (statistics) refers to measurements which have been cut off at some value
- Truncation (geometry) is the removal of one or more parts, as for example in truncated cube
- Data truncation, an event that occurs when a file or other data is stored in a location too small to accommodate its entire length
- Truncate (SQL), a command in the SQL data manipulation language to quickly remove all data from a table
- Truncate, a leaf shape
- Truncated protein, a protein shortened by a mutation which specifically induces premature termination of messenger RNA translation
- Cheque truncation, the conversion of physical cheques into electronic form for transmission to the paying bank
- Clipping (morphology), the word formation process which consists in the reduction of a word to one of its parts
- Cut (archaeology), the removal of archaeological deposits from an archaeological record
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