julia float to int

To convert a floating-point number to an integer in Julia, you can use the convert() function or the Int() constructor. Here's an example:

float_num = 3.14

# Using the convert() function
int_num = convert(Int64, float_num)

# Using the Int() constructor
int_num = Int64(float_num)

In the above code, float_num is the floating-point number that you want to convert to an integer. You can replace Int64 with the specific integer type that you want to use, such as Int32 or UInt8. The resulting integer value will be stored in the variable int_num.

Note that when converting a floating-point number to an integer, the fractional part will be truncated. For example, if you convert 3.14 to an integer, the resulting value will be 3.