# Math.round() ? please explain ?

mark stone

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Tarik Makota

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posted 15 years ago

Basically:

Java Math.round() which by the way returns long always leans towards higher number in case of those in the midle like : 2.5, 3.5, -2.5, -3.5.

so if you have -5.5 first highest integer/non-decimal is -5.

if you have 6.5 it takes first highest integer which is 7.

Tarik

Java Math.round() which by the way returns long always leans towards higher number in case of those in the midle like : 2.5, 3.5, -2.5, -3.5.

so if you have -5.5 first highest integer/non-decimal is -5.

if you have 6.5 it takes first highest integer which is 7.

Tarik

sylvia weller

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