Rounds a floating-point number to an integer #include <math.h> long lround ( double x ); long lroundf ( float x ); long lroundl ( long double x ); The lround( ) functions are like round( ), except that they return an integer of type long. lround( ) rounds a floating-point number to the nearest integer value. A number halfway between two integers is rounded away from 0. If the result is outside the range of long, a range error may occur (depending on the implementation), and the return value is unspecified. Examplelong costnow; // Total cost in cents. long realcost; double rate; // Annual interest rate. int period; // Time to defray cost. /* ... obtain the interest rate to use for calculation ... */ realcost = lround( (double)costnow * exp( rate * (double)period )); printf( "Financed over %d years, the real cost will be $%ld.%2ld.\n", period, realcost/100, realcost % 100 ); See Alsorint( ), lrint( ), llrint( ), round( ), llround( ), nearbyint( ) |