I’ve had a few visitors coming here looking for this information on 1 cent coin rounding.
Originally I had a link pointing to the KPDNHEP website, but that page has been taken down.
The KPDNHEP rounding mechanism table:
|Bill ends in sen||Round off to the nearest 5 sen||Total Amount of A Bill|
|Total amount before rounding (RM)||Total amount after rounding (RM)|
Anything with a 1, 2, 6 or 7 sen will be rounded down to the nearest 5 sen while those with a 3, 4, 8, or 9 sen will be rounded up to the nearest 5 sen.
Hopefully this is all the information you need regarding the 1 sen coin.
Some observations one year after this exercise: 1 sen coin is no longer accepted by any stores. I even had 5 sen coins rejected!
Perhaps soon we will have to round up to the nearest 10 sen!