Now, those people who like to put wavy brackets on individual lines will probably start shouting again, but once you’ve gotten used to it, this is actually a good deal more readable, since it shortens the code considerably, while still having a “unique look” that you’ll be able to identify quickly
You can simply do a bitwise OR with 0:
The reason this works is that any bit operation causes the number to be converted to a signed 32 bit integer. While this isn’t strictly the same as what Math.floor does, it will give you the same result at least for positive 31 bit integers. For negative ones you get something a little different (but typically far more useful), namely the integer part (-3 for -3.7) instead of the the highest integer smaller or equal to the given number (-4 for -3.7).