# Lodash _.floor() Method

Last Updated : 09 Nov, 2023

Lodash _.floor() method is used to compute numbers rounded down to precision means it rounded down to the floor value.

## Syntax:

`_.floor(number, [precision = 0])`

## Parameters:

This method accepts two parameters as mentioned above and described below:

• number: This parameter holds the number to round down.
• [precision = 0]: This parameter holds the precision to round down to.

## Return Value:

This method returns the rounded-down number.

Example 1: In this example, the code uses the Lodash library to round down the number 2.4 to the nearest integer using the `_.floor()` method.

## Javascript

 `// Requiring the lodash library  ` `const _ = require(``"lodash"``); ` ` `  `// Use of _.floor() method ` `let gfg = _.floor(2.4);` `       `  `// Printing the output  ` `console.log(gfg)`

Output:

`2`

Example 2: In this example, the code requires the Lodash library and uses the `_.floor` method to round a number (0.525) to a specified number of decimal places (2) and displays the result in the console.

## Javascript

 `// Requiring the lodash library  ` `const _ = require(``"lodash"``); ` ` `  `// Use of _.floor() method ` `let gfg = _.floor(0.525, 2);` `       `  `// Printing the output  ` `console.log(gfg)`

Output:

`0.52`

Example 3: In this example, the code requires the Lodash library and employs the `_.floor` method to round a number (1680) to the nearest multiple of 100 (specified by -2) and displays the result in the console.

## Javascript

 `// Requiring the lodash library  ` `const _ = require(``"lodash"``); ` ` `  `// Use of _.floor() method ` `let gfg = _.floor(1680, -2);` `       `  `// Printing the output  ` `console.log(gfg)`

Output:

`1600`

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