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Ruby | Float to_i() method

  • Last Updated : 07 Jan, 2020

Float#to_i() is a float class method which return a Integer representation of the float value.

Syntax: float.to_i()

Parameter: float value as argument

Return: Integer representation of the float value.

Example #1 :






# Ruby code for to_i() method
   
# declaring float value
a = 0.756567
   
# declaring float value
b = 2797999.011
  
# converting to integer
puts "Integer a : #{a.to_i}\n\n"
  
# converting to integer
puts "Integer b : #{b.to_i}\n\n"

Output :

Integer a : 0

Integer b : 2797999

Example #2 :




# Ruby code for to_i() method
   
# declaring float value
a = 0.767
   
# declaring float value
b = 2999.011
  
# converting to integer
puts "Integer a : #{a.to_i}\n\n"
  
# converting to integer
puts "Integer b : #{b.to_i}\n\n"

Output :

Integer a : 0

Integer b : 2999

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