That scan already exists - it's called the Decimal in the Window Specific Filters:

These advanced filters look at the decimal part of the stock price. They are most often used to find stocks trading near a whole number price.

To use these, fill in both values with a number that is at least 0.00 and less than 1.00. The decimal part of the stock price must be at least the Min value, and at most the Max value, or the alert will not be displayed. Leave both values blank to ignore this filter and show all alerts, regardless of the decimal value.

Examples:

Whole numbers only - Set both values to 0. You will only see alerts trading at exactly a whole number (i.e. $24.00, 25.00, 26.00, 27.00, etc.) when the alert happened.

Near the whole number - Set the Min value to 0.98 and the Max value to 0.02. This will show alerts with prices like $24.98, 24.99, 25.00, 25.01, and 25.02.

Approaching the whole number from below - Set the Min value to 0.90 and the Max value to 0.99 on a window showing bullish alerts. This will show stocks which are trading slightly below the whole number, and are moving up.

Approaching the whole number from above - Set the Min value to 0.01 and the Max value to 0.10 on a window showing bearish alerts.