math.ceil()

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Published May 19, 2021Updated Aug 17, 2023
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Takes in a numeric data type and rounds the value up to the nearest integer.

Syntax

math.ceil(n)

The math.ceil() function takes in a value and returns its ceiling, the smallest integer greater than or equal to that value.

Example

Use math.ceil() to return the ceiling of 134.2:

import math
print(math.ceil(134.2))
# Output: 135

Codebyte Example

The following example is runnable and uses the math.ceil() function to return the ceiling of a number:

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