In mathematics and computer science, the floor and ceiling functions map a real number to the greatest preceding or the least succeeding integer, respectively.
floor(x) : Returns the largest integer that is smaller than or equal to x (i.e : rounds downs the nearest integer).
// Here x is the floating point value. // Returns the largest integer smaller // than or equal to x double floor(double x)
Examples of Floor:
Input : 2.5 Output : 2 Input : -2.1 Output : -3 Input : 2.9 Output : 2
Floor is : 2 Floor is : -3
ceil(x) : Returns the smallest integer that is greater than or equal to x (i.e : rounds up the nearest integer).
// Here x is the floating point value. // Returns the smallest integer greater // than or equal to x double ceiling(double x)
Examples of Ceil:
Input : 2.5 Output : 3 Input : -2.1 Output : -2 Input : 2.9 Output : 3
Ceil is : 3 Ceil is : -2
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