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It has been shown that using double bitwise NOT on a positive number is a faster way to achieve mathematical floor functionality than using Math.floor(). This is an attempt to discern whether similar performance gains can be had utilizing the same basic concept for mathematical ceiling functionality. (Note this will only work in browsers supporting ES6 Number.EPSILON).

```
var numbers = [],
oneMinusEpsilon = 1 - 1E-16;
for(var i = 0; i < 100000; i++) numbers[i] = Math.random() * 100000 - 50000;
```

Ready to run.

Test | Ops/sec | |
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Math.ceil() |
| ready |

Double bitwise NOT |
| ready |

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- Revision 1: published by Carlos Liam on
- Revision 2: published by Mark on
- Revision 3: published by Mark on