RoundUp
Function 
RoundUp(value)
RoundUp(value, digits)

RoundUp is included by default in each file as part of the Math library.
See also:
Use
The RoundUp() function returns a number rounded up to a given decimal point. If nothing is provided for the decimal point, 0 is assumed.
The number result given by RoundUp() is a new number stored at that value, as opposed to rounding with value formatting, which only changes how a number is displayed.
RoundUp() treats rounding up as rounding away from 0.
For example, RoundUp(7.3) = 8
.
Units
Numbers with units will be rounded based on those units. This means that the unit a number has at the point of calculation will affect the answer.
For example, RoundUp(5.8ft)
and RoundUp(5.8 ft to mm)
will return values that are not equal.
Examples
RoundUp(1.8) = 2
RoundUp(1.2) = 2
RoundUp(1.8) = 2
RoundUp(1.2222, 2) = 1.23
RoundUp(1.2222, 3) = 1.223
RoundUp(45133.1, 2) = 45200
RoundUp(3.2 ft) = 4ft
RoundUp(3.2 ft to cm) = 98cm
RoundUp(3.2 ft to cm) to ft = 3.215 ft
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