Round away from zero
Inspired by Round towards zero.
Given a number input via any reasonable method, round the number "away from zero" - positive numbers round up, and negative numbers round down.
If you intend to take the input as a string (via STDIN, for example), you should be able to handle numbers with or without the decimal point. If you take it as a number, it should at least be able to handle floating-point precision (double precision not required) or rational numbers.
You can output a floating-point number with the decimal point (e.g. 42.0) if desired. (Or even have some test cases output floating-point and some output integer, if it makes your answer shorter.)
Standard loopholes are not allowed, etc etc.
-99.9 => -100 -33.5 => -34 -7 => -7 -1.1 => -2 0 => 0 2.3 => 3 8 => 8 99.9 => 100 42.0 => 42 -39.0 => -39