ceil() and floor()
Gerald I. Evenden
gie at charon.er.usgs.gov
Mon Mar 28 11:56:43 EST 1994
>From: nsmith at polar.bowdoin.edu (Neel Smith)
>Subject: ceil() and floor()
>Sender: grass-lists-owner at max.cecer.army.mil
>Date: Mon, 28 Mar 1994 11:07:06 (EST)
>Can anyone tell me easily where these functions are defined? I don't
>see them in any of the obvious libraries.
>Thanks in advance.
>nsmith at abacus.bates.edu
These are standard C functions that are part of the math library.
They have been around forever.
double ceil(double x) : returns the smallest integral value not less than x
double floor(double x) : returns the largest integral value not greater than x
`floor' should not be confused with integer truncation:
floor(15.7) -> 15.0
floor(-15.7) -> -16.0
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