The arithmetic statements allow for the ROUNDED phrase to be optionally specified. The results of an arithmetic statement depend on whether this phrase is present or not. When this phrase is specified, the operation adds 1 to the absolute value of the low-order digit of the resultant data item, if the absolute value of the next least significant digit of the intermediate result is greater than or equal to 5. If the ROUNDED phrase is not specified, all excess digits in the intermediate result are truncated when it is moved to the resultant data item. See Arithmetic Operations and see the DIVIDE Statement in Procedure Division Statements for more information.