Author PedanticHacker
Recipients PedanticHacker, gvanrossum, rhettinger
Date 2021-02-18.14:18:04
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I hope I'm not too late for a Python 3.10 feature request. I love the fact that Python 3.x does floor division with the // operator.

We, however, don't have a ceil division operator, besides importing the math module and using its math.ceil() function.

Is it possible we have /// as a ceil division operator in Python 3.10?

I just wanted to put this thought out of my head if anyone becomes entertained by this idea.
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