**View Math H Ceil Images**. If 2.3 is passed to ceil(), it will return 3. But when i use ceil(count/2), if value of count is 3, then it gives compile time error.

It returns the smallest number which is greater than argument passed to it. I couldn't find any functions to do what ceiling does while still leaving i specified number of decimal places, so i wrote a. Ceil ( float $value ) :

### # round a number upward to its nearest integer print(math.ceil the math.ceil() method rounds a number up to the nearest integer, if necessary, and returns the result.

But when i use ceil(count/2), if value of count is 3, then it gives compile time error. It returns the smallest integer greater than or equal to x. I couldn't find any functions to do what ceiling does while still leaving i specified number of decimal places, so i wrote a. If arg has type long double, ceill is called.