When it comes to mathematics and computer science, truncation is a process of limiting the number of digits to the right of the decimal point. To truncate a search term, you can do a keyword search in a database, but you must remove the end of the word and add an asterisk (*) to the end. This will allow the database to retrieve results that include all words that begin with the letters you entered. The more keywords you connect with Y, the fewer results you get.
The database will need to find each of your keywords in the text in order to display them to you. Truncation, or shortening, is usually used for static text or links that are too long for their container. When this happens, truncated elements are represented by ellipsis. This must represent three or more truncated characters in a text string. There must be at least four characters of untruncated content in a truncated string.
Truncated items always include browser tooltips on hover to display the entire string, name, or phrase that the ellipsis represents. The only time you don't need to use a browser tooltip is at the end of a truncated paragraph. Therefore, an easy way to truncate a positive value is to subtract 0.5 from it and then round it.