# ceil

Rounds the given value x to an integer towards positive infinity.

#### Since Kotlin

1.2#### Return

the smallest double value that is greater than or equal to the given value x and is a mathematical integer.

Special cases:

`ceil(x)`

is`x`

where`x`

is`NaN`

or`+Inf`

or`-Inf`

or already a mathematical integer.

Rounds the given value x to an integer towards positive infinity.

#### Since Kotlin

1.2#### Return

the smallest Float value that is greater than or equal to the given value x and is a mathematical integer.

Special cases:

`ceil(x)`

is`x`

where`x`

is`NaN`

or`+Inf`

or`-Inf`

or already a mathematical integer.

Rounds the given value x to an integer towards positive infinity.

#### Since Kotlin

1.2#### Return

the smallest double value that is greater than or equal to the given value x and is a mathematical integer.

Special cases:

`ceil(x)`

is`x`

where`x`

is`NaN`

or`+Inf`

or`-Inf`

or already a mathematical integer.

Rounds the given value x to an integer towards positive infinity.

#### Since Kotlin

1.2#### Return

the smallest Float value that is greater than or equal to the given value x and is a mathematical integer.

Special cases:

`ceil(x)`

is`x`

where`x`

is`NaN`

or`+Inf`

or`-Inf`

or already a mathematical integer.

Rounds the given value x to an integer towards positive infinity.

#### Since Kotlin

1.2#### Return

the smallest double value that is greater than or equal to the given value x and is a mathematical integer.

Special cases:

`ceil(x)`

is`x`

where`x`

is`NaN`

or`+Inf`

or`-Inf`

or already a mathematical integer.

Rounds the given value x to an integer towards positive infinity.

#### Since Kotlin

1.2#### Return

the smallest Float value that is greater than or equal to the given value x and is a mathematical integer.

Special cases:

`ceil(x)`

is`x`

where`x`

is`NaN`

or`+Inf`

or`-Inf`

or already a mathematical integer.

Rounds the given value x to an integer towards positive infinity.

#### Since Kotlin

1.3#### Return

Special cases:

`ceil(x)`

is`x`

where`x`

is`NaN`

or`+Inf`

or`-Inf`

or already a mathematical integer.

Rounds the given value x to an integer towards positive infinity.

#### Since Kotlin

1.3#### Return

Special cases:

`ceil(x)`

is`x`

where`x`

is`NaN`

or`+Inf`

or`-Inf`

or already a mathematical integer.

Rounds the given value x to an integer towards positive infinity.

#### Since Kotlin

1.8#### Return

Special cases:

`ceil(x)`

is`x`

where`x`

is`NaN`

or`+Inf`

or`-Inf`

or already a mathematical integer.

Rounds the given value x to an integer towards positive infinity.

#### Since Kotlin

1.8#### Return

Special cases:

`ceil(x)`

is`x`

where`x`

is`NaN`

or`+Inf`

or`-Inf`

or already a mathematical integer.

Rounds the given value x to an integer towards positive infinity.

#### Since Kotlin

1.8#### Return

Special cases:

`ceil(x)`

is`x`

where`x`

is`NaN`

or`+Inf`

or`-Inf`

or already a mathematical integer.

Rounds the given value x to an integer towards positive infinity.

#### Since Kotlin

1.8#### Return

Special cases:

`ceil(x)`

is`x`

where`x`

is`NaN`

or`+Inf`

or`-Inf`

or already a mathematical integer.