How to make a float hold only entire numbers

This is a complicated thing to explain on the title, so most people will probaly ignore it, but the question itself is something actually very easy, i just don’t have any idea of how to do it lol
Anyway, i have a float on a script, and the script makes some math with the float, and then shows the total result on a text so the player can view how many points he has. The problem is that sometimes, the float will be like 1.1,1.2,1.3, etc… I want it to be ALWAYS showing only the entire number. For an example: 1,2,3 etc…

What could i do in my script, that would allow my float to ONLY show entire numbers, and if it is for an example at 4.5, go immediately to 5?

Usually if you want to make a float state a whole number only you will make it a int before displaying it. This is done like so.

If you want to round to the nearest int:

int rounded = (int)Math.Round(precise, 0);

You can also use:

int rounded = Convert.ToInt32(precise);

Which will use Math.Round(x, 0); to round and cast for you. It looks neater but is slightly less clear IMO.

If you want to round up:

int roundedUp = (int)Math.Ceiling(precise);

If that doesn’t work you might have to try something like this.

 int rounded = int.Parse(Math.Round(precise, 0));

Reference:
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/904910/how-do-i-round-a-float-up-to-the-nearest-int-in-c

Hope that answers your question, if not let me know and I will see what I can do to help you out.

P.S. It also helps if you put a small snipping of your code for us to look at and give you a more direct response.

You could use Mathf.Round() to round the float to the nearest integer