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# Hello everyone!!

I know there's a method or smth like that in C++ that is useful when we want to output a value with a specific number of decimals. It was like" setprecizion" or something but I forgot how to use it. Can anyone help me? Thanks a lot

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https://code.sololearn.com/cZp5uO44ZEvu/?ref=app I edited your code @Antonia. Does this help?

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#include <iostream> #include <iomanip> using namespace std; int main () { double f =3.14159; cout << setprecision(5) << f << '\n'; cout << setprecision(9) << f << '\n'; cout << fixed; cout << setprecision(5) << f << '\n'; cout << setprecision(9) << f << '\n'; return 0; } // OUTPUT 3.1416 3.14159 3.14159 3.141590000 // Methods ios_base::precision = Get/Set floating-point decimal precision (public member function ) fixed = Use fixed floating-point notation (function ) Hope this helps.

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https://code.sololearn.com/cVVu6416y1QK/?ref=app

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cout << fixed << setprecision (4); //now anything outputted after this will have //4 decimal places

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Yes! I Got it! Thanks a lot!!

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you can simple include for example as 0.9f or 0.9d where f includes the floating point number and d includes the double point numbers. you need not set the precision over there simple in the cout that is in the output stream simply write it using the cout<<0.9f or cout<<0.9d where float takes up to 7 decimal places where double takes upto 38 decimal places A best example is #include<iostream> using namespace std; int main() { float f=10.235; double d=1023.12456789; cout<<0.2f; cout<<"\n"<<0.9d; return 0; } sorry the code is not in proper citation

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I'm not that sure but the first ones actually if uh don't use 0.f it would result into a double point so if uh use f it takes a floating or else it is considered as default by the compiler

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I am so sorry that was the one suitable in c language not in c++ I'm so sorry @Antonia

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It's so simple add all the float or double point numbers and store it in a result now set the precision to result

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thanks @Zeke Williams I understood your code. it s easy now. @shanker this works if I eliminate the "0.2" and "0.9" in front of f and d variables.

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Did you get it now !!!! 😅😁

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Can I know what do uh want exactly for !

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@shanker I wanted to know exactly the output for your own example. My problem was to calculate the arithmetic sum of some given numbers and display that value with a specific number of decimal places.

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Bro it wont work because it is printing the .2 and .9 of the float and double values

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It's ok @shanker 😂😂 Thank you for your interest anyway

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It's just. Because of uh 👻 just kidding only about the program !!! 🙈

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I told it's wrong when they r included and uh r saying when they are removed both r the same 😅😁

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@shanker and what would be the output in your example? I'm afraid I didn't understand your explanation. Why did you use 0.2f instead of 0.9f? I tried your example and it didn't work, so what am I doing wrong? https://code.sololearn.com/cVu4H4Z6UJ0q/?ref=app

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@shanker not exactly.. sorry 😇😇 could you please write your own code and post it here?