# rint

From SparkR v2.1.2
by Shivaram Venkataraman

##### rint

Returns the double value that is closest in value to the argument and is equal to a mathematical integer.

##### Usage

`rint(x)`# S4 method for Column
rint(x)

##### Arguments

- x
Column to compute on.

##### Note

rint since 1.5.0

##### See Also

Other math_funcs: `acos`

, `asin`

,
`atan2`

, `atan`

,
`bin`

, `bround`

,
`cbrt`

, `ceil`

,
`conv`

, `corr`

,
`cosh`

, `cos`

,
`covar_pop`

, `cov`

,
`expm1`

, `exp`

,
`factorial`

, `floor`

,
`hex`

, `hypot`

,
`log10`

, `log1p`

,
`log2`

, `log`

,
`pmod`

, `round`

,
`shiftLeft`

,
`shiftRightUnsigned`

,
`shiftRight`

, `signum`

,
`sinh`

, `sin`

,
`sqrt`

, `tanh`

,
`tan`

, `toDegrees`

,
`toRadians`

, `unhex`

##### Examples

```
# NOT RUN {
rint(df$c)
# }
```

*Documentation reproduced from package SparkR, version 2.1.2, License: Apache License (== 2.0)*

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