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Truncates the argument X to the number of decimal places specified by d.

Trunc ( X, d )

`X` is a double

`d` is an integer

For example, Trunc(12.345, 1) returns 12.3. The value of `d` can be negative in which case it refers to the number of decimal places to the left of the decimal point. Trunc(12.345, -1) returns 10. `d` is optional and if missing is assumed to be zero.