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Lodash _.ceil

Overview

The lodash _.ceil method is a utility function that is commonly used in JavaScript applications to round a given number up to the next integer or to a specified decimal place. The method takes two arguments: number and precision.

The number argument is the number that needs to be rounded, while the precision argument specifies the decimal place to which the number should be rounded. If the precision argument is not provided, the number is rounded up to the next integer.

Here's an example:

const lodash = require('lodash');

const number = 12.3456;
const precision = 2;

const roundedNumber = lodash.ceil(number, precision);

console.log(roundedNumber); // Output: 12.35

In this example, the _.ceil method is used to round the number up to two decimal places. The result is a number rounded up to 12.35.

If the precision argument is a negative number, the _.ceil method will round up the number to the nearest power of 10. For example:

const number = 123.45;
const precision = -1;

const roundedNumber = lodash.ceil(number, precision);

console.log(roundedNumber); // Output: 130

In this example, the _.ceil method rounds up the number to the nearest multiple of 10.

Overall, the _.ceil method is a useful utility function in JavaScript that's used for rounding numbers up to the next integer or to a specified decimal place.