# JavaScript: Find the smallest round number that is not less than a given value

## JavaScript Basic: Exercise-128 with Solution

Write a JavaScript program to find the smallest round number not less than a given value.

Note: A round number is informally considered to be an integer that ends with one or more zeros. So, 590 is rounder than 592, but 590 is less round than 600.

**Visual Presentation:**

**Sample Solution: **

**JavaScript Code:**

```
// Function to find the nearest round number
function nearest_round_number(num) {
// Loop until the number is divisible by 10
while (num % 10) {
// Increment the number by 1 until it is divisible by 10
num++;
}
// Return the nearest round number
return num;
}
// Test cases
console.log(nearest_round_number(56)); // Output: 60
console.log(nearest_round_number(592)); // Output: 600
```

Output:

60 600

**Live Demo: **

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**Flowchart: **

**ES6 Version:**

```
// Function to find the nearest round number
const nearest_round_number = (num) => {
// Loop until the number is divisible by 10
while (num % 10) {
// Increment the number by 1 until it is divisible by 10
num++;
}
// Return the nearest round number
return num;
};
// Test cases
console.log(nearest_round_number(56)); // Output: 60
console.log(nearest_round_number(592)); // Output: 600
```

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