# Manuals/calci/ROUNDUP

ROUNDUP (number,num_digits)

• Where 'number' is the number to round and
• 'num_of_digits' is the number of digits to which the number is to be rounded.
• ROUNDUP(), rounds a number up, away from zero.

## Description

ROUNDUP(number, num_of_digits)

This function is used to round a number up away from zero, to the number of decimal digits specified in the argument.

For Example,

ROUNDUP(67.8,0) returns 68 as a result.

ROUNDUP(6.83112,3) returns 6.832 as a result.

• If 'num_of_digits' is omitted, Calci displays #NaN error message.
• The number is rounded up to the specified number of decimal places, if num_of_digits > 0.
• The number is rounded up to the nearest integer, if num_of_digits = 0.
• The number is rounded up to the left of the decimal point, if num_of_digits < 0.
• If any argument is non-numeric, Calci displays #NaN error message.

ROUNDUP() can also be used for multiple number array as -

ROUNDUP(2.55..7.55,1) that rounds the numbers 2.55 to 7.55 to one decimal place.

Number Num_of_digits ROUNDUP
2.55 1 2.6
3.55 1 3.6
4.55 1 4.6
5.55 1 5.6
6.55 1 6.6
7.55 1 7.6
• ROUND() can be used to round a number to specified number of digits.
• ROUNDDOWN() can be used to round a number towards zero.
• MROUND() can be used to round a number to desired multiple.

## Examples

 Function Output ROUNDUP(7.6712,2) 7.68 ROUNDUP(388.345,0) 389 ROUNDUP(199.37,-1) 200 ROUNDUP(-9.95,1) -10 ROUNDUP(-9.95,-1) -10

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