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Python | round method

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Python's round(~) method returns the input number rounded to the specified digits precision.

Parameters

1. number | number

The number to perform rounding on.

2. ndigits | number | optional

The number of digits precision to round to after the decimal point. Defaults to 0.

Return value

Returns the input number rounded to the specified digits precision.

Examples

Basic usage

To round 3.5 to the nearest integer:

round(3.5)
4

ndigits parameter

To round 4.6854 to 3 digits precision after the decimal place:

round(4.6854, 3)
4.685

We can pass a negative value for ndigits to round before the decimal point:

round(123456, -2)
123500
NOTE

By passing ndigits=-2 we round to the nearest hundreds.

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