## How do you round UP a number in Python?

This problem is killing me. How does one roundup a number UP in Python?

I tried round(number) but it round the number down. Example:

round(2.3) = 2.0 and not 3, what I would like

The I tried int(…

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This problem is killing me. How does one roundup a number UP in Python?

I tried round(number) but it round the number down. Example:

round(2.3) = 2.0 and not 3, what I would like

The I tried int(…

Consider the four percentages below, represented as float numbers:

13.626332%

47.989636%

9.596008%

28.788024%

———–

100.000000%

I need to represent these percentages as …

Right now I’m trying this:

int a = round(n);

where n is a double but it’s not working. What am I doing wrong?

How to, in C# round any value to 10 interval? For example, if I have 11, I want it to return 10, if I have 136, then I want it to return 140.

I can easily do it by hand

return ((int)(number / 10)) *…

Let’s say I have an array of floating point numbers, in sorted (let’s say ascending) order, whose sum is known to be an integer N. I want to “round” these numbers to integers while leaving their sum …

I want to make sure a float in PHP is rounded up if any decimal is present, without worrying about mathematical rounding rules. This function would work as follows:

1.1 to 2

1.2 to 2

1.9 to 2

2.3 to …

I have a

float a = 1412.244019;

and I need a to be rounded to the nearest second decimal like 1412.24000000. I understand that if i want to present a with only two decimals i use %.2f, but that is …

I have these two variables

double num = 540.512

double sum = 1978.8

Then I did this expression

double total = Math.round((num/ sum * 100) * 10) / 10;

but I end up with 27.0.

In fact I have many …

I want to round up always in c#, so for example, from 6.88 to 7, from 1.02 to 2, etc.

How can I do that?

Looking at the msdn documentation for Convert.ToInt32() it states:

If value is halfway between two whole numbers, the even number is

returned; that is, 4.5 is converted to 4, and 5.5 is converted …