Numpy ceil()

This function returns the ceil value of the input array elements. The floor of a number x is i if i is the smallest integer such that, i>=x.

Syntax

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numpy.ceil(array)

Parameters

  1. array: Array elements whose ceil values are to be calculated.

Return

An array containing the ceil values is returned.

Example

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import numpy as np

arr = [0.23, 0.09, 1.2, 1.24, 9.99]

print("Input array:",arr)

r_arr = np.ceil(arr)

print("Output array:",r_arr)

arr2 = [145.23, 0.12, 12.34, 123]

r_arr2=np.ceil(arr2)

print("Input array:",arr2)

print("Output array:",r_arr2)

Output:

Output
Input array: [0.23, 0.09, 1.2, 1.24, 9.99] Output array: [ 1. 1. 2. 2. 10.] Input array: [145.23, 0.12, 12.34, 123] Output array: [146. 1. 13. 123.]
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