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How can i add these two together WITHOUT rounding them up?

<%=cdbl(newArray(5))+cdbl(newArray(6))%>

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;;;WITHOUT rounding them up
I dont see how what you have would round them up. Round up to the nearest tenth yes, whole number - no

Anyhow - the formatNumber function will work for you:
<%= formatNumber(cdbl(newArray(5))+cdbl(newArray(6)),2 )%>

Here is a cut n paste example (you get the same result withiout the CDBL function):
<%
  dim var1,var2,result
  var1 = 1.55
  var2 = 1.35
  response.write formatNumber((CDbl(var1) + cDbl(var2)),2)
%>

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i am looking at making two variables integers/numbers. what is the best way to do this with ASP?

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                <%
                contractId = CDbl(Array3D(options, flight, 24))
                fareId = CDbl(Array3D(options, flight, 25))
                %>
using CDbl? CInt? Int?

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