# How to Round Up in Java

This article will introduce how to round up any number by using native classes in Java. We will use the `ceil()`

method of the `Math`

class in Java.

`Math`

has a few methods like `Math.floor()`

and `Math.ceil()`

to round numbers. `Math.ceil()`

is used to round up numbers; this is why we will use it.

Our goal is the round up the given number. Let’s take an example; if we have a number 0.2, then the rounded up number will be 1.

`Math.ceil()`

to Round Up Any Number to `int`

`Math.ceil()`

takes a double value, which it rounds up. In the below example, `a`

has the value 0.06 that rounds up to 1.0.

We want the result to be an `int`

, but when we use `Math.ceil()`

, we get the result as a `double`

; this is why we will cast the result to `int`

.

Example:

```
public class Main {
public static void main(String[] args) {
double a = 0.06;
int roundedNumA = (int)Math.ceil(a/100);
System.out.println("Rounding up "+a+" we get "+roundedNumA);
}
}
```

Output:

```
Rounding up 0.6 we get 1
```

`Math.ceil()`

to Round Up a `float`

Number

We can round up float numbers using the `Math.ceil()`

method.

Example:

```
public class Main {
public static void main(String[] args) {
float a = 12.34f;
System.out.println("Rounding up "+a+" we get "+Math.ceil(a));
}
}
```

Output:

```
Rounding up 12.34 we get 13.0
```