The INT function converts a numeric argument to the INTEGER type.

## Syntax

INT (a [,kind])

*a* is an INTENT(IN) scalar or array of type INTEGER, REAL, or COMPLEX.

*kind* is INTENT(IN) and determines the kind of the result. It must be a
scalar INTEGER expression that can be evaluated at compile time. To maintain portability,
this argument should be the result of a KIND Function
or SELECTED_INT_KIND Function.

The result is of type INTEGER. It is the value of a without its fractional part.

If *kind* is present, the kind is that specified by *kind*.

If *a* is of type COMPLEX, the result is the value of the real part of a
without its fractional part.

## Example

integer :: i2=selected_int_kind(2) integer(selected_int_kind(4)) :: i4=3 real :: a=2.5 complex :: c=(1.5,2.5) write(*,*) i4,int(i4,i2) ! converts between integer kinds write(*,*) a,int(a) ! converts real to integer write(*,*) c,int(c) ! converts complex to integer