rint() is an inbuilt method in Java which is used to round of the floating-point argument to an integer value (in floating-point format).
The rint() function takes a mandatory single argument value to round.
A double value is returned. This method returns the integer that is closest in value to the argument.
Code#1: Program demonstrating the use of rint() function
In case of 0.5 at decimal places it will round off to nearest even double value.
Code#2: Program explaining the exceptions
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