C# Array find the first number above target. If the array is sorted and you need to find the first number above your target number. Here is a way to solve that.

```
int numbers[] = new int {1, 4, 7, 8, 9};
int target = 5;
int result;
foreach (float number in numbers)
{
if (target < number)
{
result = number;
break;
}
}
Console.WriteLine("Result: " + result.ToString());
// Output
// Result: 7
```

You could also make it into a function if you need to. It would be something like this. This time with floats instead of integers.

```
float FindNumber(float[] array, float target)
{
foreach (float number in array)
{
if (target < number)
{
return number;
}
}
return 0; // Return 0 or anything else if no number was found
}
```

How to use the function.

```
float numbers[] = new int {1.21, 4.65, 7.55, 8.90, 9.12};
float target = 5.0;
Console.WriteLine(FindNumber(numbers, target));
// Output
// 7.55
```

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