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Regarding your query following may help you in same.
Output will be as follows.
Thanks,
R. Singh
Thanks for your reply Ravinder. But, I need to round off the decimal to higher interger i.e to 5 and not to 4. Also, I need the result using the ceil command.
There is a ceil() function in C, but there is no utility named ceil. But, you can perform the equivalent functionality in a 1993 or later version of ksh or with awk.
Unfortunately, the code suggested by RavinderSingh13 won't work for integral values (even though it works perfectly for non-integral values).
The following should work correctly when given integral or floating point values for values into an integral value of type long integer:
which produces the output:
If you want to try this on a Solaris/SunOS system, change awk to /usr/xpg4/bin/awk, /usr/xpg6/bin/awk, or nawk.
Last edited by Don Cragun; 01-16-2015 at 06:06 AM..
Reason: Add note for Solaris users.
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Hi ongoto,
If you look at the 1st post in this thread, you'll see that the desired results from the 5 values you used would be:
so your proposal produced the desired result on 60% of your samples.
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seq can be 0...128
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I want to convert two hexadecimal numbers to decimal using unix command line.
1cce446295197a9d6352f9f223a9b698
fc8f99ac06e88c4faf669cf366f60d
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I wanted to round all the values in a column to nearest integer. I have multiple files with only two columns and I want to round values in column 2. e.g
input_file
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My input file is
chr1 100 200
chr1 123 300
chr1 300 400
chr1 420 520
chr10 132344343 132348674
When I try using this command
awk '{v=($3+$2)/2; print $0"\t"v}' 1
This is my output
chr1 100 200 150
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Design an algorithm that accepts an input a decimal number and converts it into BCD (Binary Coded Decimal) representation. Also, draw its Flow Chart.
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Hi,
I am currently using tcsh
I am trying to round a decimal number to the ten-thousandths place
For instance:
1.23456 is rounded up towards 1.2346
I am not looking for truncation, but for rounding. Anyone know how to do this with awk or expr?
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