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How this function rounds off the value?... Please explain.

a=round(1234.1234,-1) print (a)

5/14/2020 8:16:44 PM

Bhanu Tripathi

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the first parameter is the float number which will be rounded, and the second is how many digits after the . (dot) will be rounded. if the second parameter is negative then it will round behind the dot instead of after, therefore: round(1234.1234, -1) will result in 1230.0 because 34 rounded is 30 round(1236.1234, -1) will result in 1240.0 because 36 rounded is 40 round(1234.1234, -2) will result in 1200.0 because 23 rounded is 20

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i reedited the answer just for that, look above

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And what about round (1234.1234,-2)

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