10 examples of 'python round up' in Python

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4def round_down(v):
5 return (int(v[0]), int(v[1]))
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17def round_up(x, base=1):
18 return int(base * round(float(x)/base))
71def roundup(n, q):
72 import math
73 return int(math.ceil(float(n) / float(q)) * q)
147def round3(x):
148 return int(x * 1000) / 1000.0
631def rpy_round(number, ndigits):
632 # Algorithm copied directly from CPython
633
634 if number == 0 or rfloat.isinf(number) or rfloat.isnan(number):
635 return number
636
637 # Deal with extreme values for ndigits. For ndigits > NDIGITS_MAX, x
638 # always rounds to itself. For ndigits < NDIGITS_MIN, x always
639 # rounds to +-0.0.
640 if ndigits > NDIGITS_MAX:
641 return number
642 elif ndigits < NDIGITS_MIN:
643 # return 0.0, but with sign of x
644 return 0.0 * number
645
646 # finite x, and ndigits is not unreasonably large
647 z = rfloat.round_double(number, ndigits)
648 if rfloat.isinf(z):
649 raise OverflowError
650 return z
312def p_round(n, precision=5):
313 precision = int(precision)
314 return int(round(n / float(precision))) * precision
80def roundup(characters):
81 """
82 Prevent '=' at the end of base64 encoded strings.
83
84 This is done by rounding up the number of characters.
85
86 Arguments:
87 characters: The number of requested (8-bit) characters.
88
89 Returns:
90 The revised number.
91 """
92 bits = characters * 6
93 upto = 24
94 rem = bits % upto
95 if rem:
96 bits += (upto - rem)
97 return int(bits / 8)
4def roundInt(a): return int(a+0.5)
27def roundint(v):
28 return int(round(v))
130def roundup(val, width):
131 """roundup a value to N x width-bits"""
132 x = (width >> 3) - 1
133 return (val + x) & ~x

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