**Rounding to a certain number of decimal places**Hi,
I would like to be able to round a number to a certain, specified
number of decimal places (not number of digits), including zeros.
Suppose that some function f does this, and takes two arguments, the
number to be rounded and the number of decimal places to which to
round: f[number, numPlaces]. Then, for example, I would like the
following results, if possible:
f[0.8168, 3] = 0.817
f[1.8168, 3] = 1.817
f[10.8168, 3] = 10.817
f[100.8168, 3] = 100.817
f[0.99, 3] = 0.990
f[0.9, 3] = 0.900
f[0.00572, 3] = 0.006
Is there a function f (either built-in or a custom function) ...

**Round up a number to so many decimal places**Hi there i was wondering if any one new to a function that rounds up a float
to so many decimal places. I have a number in bytes and converting it to
mb's and gb's but once its converted i need to be able to do it to 2 decimal
places.
Thanks for any help
Scott.
"Gizmo" <scottamillard@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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> Hi there i was wondering if any one new to a function that rounds up a
float
> to so many decimal places. I have a number in bytes and converting it to
> mb's and gb's but once its converted i ...

**help rounding numbers to decimal places**Hi all,
My name is George Erick Tasso I am new to lisp as well as this list.
Could anyone kindly tell me how to round a number to any number of
decimal places ?
5.123452 - > round to 2 decimal place would be 5.12
many thanks
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> Hi all,
> My name is George Erick Tasso I am new to lisp as well as this list.
> Could anyone kindly tell me how to round a number to any number of
> decimal places ?
>
> 5.123452 - > round to 2 decimal place would be 5.12
Lisp is alive an...

**Round a number to 1 decimal place**Hi,
Let say I am doing a calculation A = B * C, and the answer of the
result is A = 49.995. Is there any way in Matlab that I can round up
the value of A to 50.0 (corr. to 1 d.p.)??
Thanks,
Alan
"Alan" <twaleung@engmail.uwaterloo.ca> wrote in message
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> Hi,
>
> Let say I am doing a calculation A = B * C, and the answer of the
> result is A = 49.995. Is there any way in Matlab that I can round up
> the value of A to 50.0 (corr. to 1 d.p.)??
>
> Thanks,
>
> Alan
r = 0.1; % Resolution
A=r*round(A/r);
"Ala...

**rounding number to two decimal places**hi!
i want to know about a function that rounds the number to 2/n decimal
places
e.g. 2.346 should become 2.35
thanx
fa
"fatima madni" <fatimahgull@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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> hi!
>
> i want to know about a function that rounds the number to 2/n decimal
> places
>
> e.g. 2.346 should become 2.35
>
> thanx
> fa
If you want the actual number in the workspace rounded, use:
>> x=2.346
x =
2.346
>> (round(100.*x))/100
ans =
2.35
If you want the number to be ...

**Rounding a Number to 1 place of decimals**Hi Everyone,
How can I change a number 4.567889 to it's corresponding number 4.6
correct to one place of decimals?
Thanks
Finn
FM wrote:
>
>
> Hi Everyone,
>
> How can I change a number 4.567889 to it's corresponding number 4.6
> correct to one place of decimals?
>
> Thanks
>
> Finn
Hi,
Just to clarify some things. I want to use the number that I round
for further calculations and therefore cannot use the format command.
Finn
FM <finnmckenna@yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
> FM wrote:
>>
>>
>> Hi Everyone,
>>
>> How can I...

**Rounding a Number to a String with N decimal places**
When rounding (or truncating) a number which may be either positive or
negative, it is sometimes necessary to round either towards plus
infinity or towards minus infinity. But those are special cases.
Normally, however, rounding should be symmetrical about zero; rounding X
should give the same digits as rounding -X, for all X.
Some of the signed routines which have been quoted here and elsewhere
are unsymmetrical.
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**Ingres II 2.6 ABF: Rounding a number to four decimal places**Hi.
I would like to know how to round a number to the fourth decimal place in Ingres ABF.
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**Code cuts 0's after the last integer to the right of the decimal place when a set number of decimal places is needed**Hello,
I found the solution to saving a cell array that contains both strings and numbers to an ASCII file @:
http://www.mathworks.com/support/solutions/en/data/1-1190ZB/index.html?solution=1-1190ZB
and I am using the following code:
====================================================
% Lat File generation NEED TO ADD DATE!
exlat={lat_dat(1,3),lat_dat(1,1),0.01,sta_nme,'LAT','DATE'};
ex2 = cellfun(@ex_func,exlat,'UniformOutput',0);
size_ex2 = cellfun(@length,ex2,'UniformOutput',0);
str_length = max(max(cell2mat(size_ex2)));
ex3 = cell...

**Formatting a number, placing the decimal in the proper place**Can someone help me out on formatting a number and getting the decimal in
the right place?
1) I have the number 8883.
2) I would like to format the number so it shows up as 88.33.
Thanks for any support, past, present, and future...
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The 'Boomerang', I understand, since I have
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**Calculate the precision of a floating point number (ie: the number of decimal places)**Hi all
I'm trying to write a reliable and efficient library function that
will calculate the precision of an input number (floating point).
Please excuse my lame mathematics skills! Here is my first attempt at
a function:
int dec_places(double d)
{
int places = 0;
while (!feq(d - (int)(d + 0.5), 0.0)) // where feq returns
true if inputs differ by less than epsilon 0.0000005
{
d *= 10;
++places;
}
return places;
}
The problem I have with the above solution is that it is possible to
get caught in an infinite loop...

**How to round to 6 decimal places at back? Matlab shows 4 decimal at back**%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
clear
X=[234
432
104
456
123
654
765
799
999
432
890
432
654
678
864
990
776
234
432
104
456
123
654
765
799
999
432
890
432
654
678
864
990
776
112
356
987
740
234
809
432
456
654
765
799
999
432
654
678
864
990
408
776
112
356
112
356
987
740
234
809
432
456
654
765
799
999
432
654
678
864
990
408
776
112
356];
XSize =size(X);
Y=(X/999-1.5)
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
Matlab shows 4 decimal at back.
Output Program:
Y =
-1.2658
-1.0676
-1.3959
-1.0435
-1.3769
-0.8453
-0.7342
-0.7002
-0.5000
-1.0676
-0.60...

**number of decimal places**Hi,
Is there any way to output a double value with different number of
decimal places (apart from using 'sprintf'). I looked up the reference
for C++ streams and found the 'setprecision' manipulator, but this sets
the number of digits before and after the decimal point. I can't seem
to find any manipulator for setting the number of digits after the
decimal point.
Thanks,
-shez-
Sorry guys, i've found the answer. Pls ignore.
Sorry,
-shez-
On 19 Jan 2005 19:11:42 -0800, shez <shezanbaig2004@gmail.com> wrote:
> Sorry guys, i've found the answer. Pl...

**decimal places with numbers**In a table there is a field called concentration.
It is a Number field.
The numbers vary from 0.025 to 200
When I look at the table in a record whose concetration field has a
value of 0.025, I see 0.03.
If I click on it it shows me the 0.025. No problems there.
In my code I have the following:
NuConcentration = TC.Concentration
If I view nuConcetration I see 0.03
More importantly, when the math is done (numbers X numbers) it is as
if it 0.03.
I need the precision.
Any suggestions?
Thanks,
Craig
Craig Futterman
> In my code I have the following:
> NuConcentration = T...

**Round to two decimal place**Hi
I have a variable say @price. It is either blank or has a value. If
it is blank I have to show it like $ 0.00 . So I wrote helper like
@price.blank? ? '$'+'0.00' : '$'+@price.to_s
But the problem if @price has value 400.00 , after doing
@price.to_s it changes to 400.0 What I want is exactly 400.00 .And if
I remove to_s above it will throw an error
can't convert BigDecimal into String
Please help
Thanks
Tom
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**round on defined decimal place**Hello everybody,
I want to round on defined decimal places. I'll be glad, if somebody
could help me soon.
Example:
1.23456789
1.23
Thanks in advance.
Hi,
search in the File Exchange for "round"
<http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/loadFile.do?objectId=4261&objectType=file>
<http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/loadFile.do?objectId=6077&objectType=file>
J�r�me
peter wrote:
> Hello everybody,
>
> I want to round on defined decimal places. I'll be glad, if somebody
> could help me soon.
>
> Exampl...

**Rounding up to 2 decimal places**Hi,
What a nightmare i've been trawling deja all morning for a simple method
of rounding a number up to 2 decimal places. I've checked out the ceil
function which only rounds numbers up to no decimal places which is no
good. The printf function rounds numbers up and down.
Let's take this number
0.3325
I need it to be,
0.34
How do i do that. Do I have to write a routine that checks if there is a
third digit or what. The number is calculated for the UK VAT system at
17.5% i need the number rounded up to only 2 decimal places. Yes I have
checked perlfaq4.
Simple problem se...

**number of decimal places in a double**hi
I am trying this calculation
double a=2.2;
double b=1.8;
double sum=a+b;
double diff=a-b;
double remainder=a%b;
when I print the values of these, I get
a=2.2
b=1.8
sum=4.0
diff=0.40000000000000013
remainder=0.3999999999999988
In my calculations, I want to use diff as 0.4 instead of
40000000000000013 .Also I would like to get remainder as 0.4 instead
of 0.3999999999999988.
Is there some way to do this using any java api?
thanks
harry.
harryos wrote:
> hi
> I am trying this calculation
>
> double a=2.2;
> double b=1.8;
> double sum=a+b;
&...

**rounding a float to on decimal place**Apologies if this is a daft question but is it possible to round a
float to one decimal place , say 3.4467823 to 3.4.
Math.round returns the next int. I kinda need the one decial place
Thanks
On Jan 27, 9:21 am, "Damo" <cormacdeba...@gmail.com> wrote:
> ...is it possible to round a
> float to one decimal place , say 3.4467823 to 3.4.
See
<http://java.sun.com/javase/6/docs/api/java/text/DecimalFormat.html>
HTH
Andrew T.
Hi,
Damo wrote:
> Apologies if this is a daft question but is it possible to round a
> float to one decimal place , say 3.4467823 to 3....

**How to round to specified number of decimals?**How do I round this number:
20.12453
to
20.1?
or 20.12
more generally how do you specify number of decimals when rounding?
saneman wrote:
> How do I round this number:
>
> 20.12453
>
> to
>
> 20.1?
>
> or 20.12
>
> more generally how do you specify number of decimals when rounding?
bob = roundn(20.12453,-1)
gives:
20.1000
but how do I delete the trailing zeros?
In article <fmkrs4$mi3$1@news.net.uni-c.dk>, saneman <yyyy@dd.com> wrote:
>How do I round this number:
>20.12453
>to
>20.1?
>or 20.12
You cannot. There i...

**how to round to 2 decimal places?**Hey,
I have been trying to find a way to round any value to 2 decimal
places but ni such function seems to exist. I have tried round() but
it only rounds to the nearest integer.Is there any way I can round
any value to 2 decimal places.(even truncate will do). eg.
function(3.14678)=3.15 if I use a round function
or
function (3.14678)=3.14 if I use a truncate function.
Thanks for your help. I really appreciate it.
kazim wrote:
> Hey,
>
> I have been trying to find a way to round any value to 2 decimal
> places but ni such function seems to exist. I have tried round() but
&...

**Rounding to the 10th decimal place**I have a large array with doubles and when I add them all up to compute
the average similarities I get -1.QNAN error. Which I believe means
overflow, so I would like to know how to round off these doubles to the
10th deciminal place using C++? Does it have a built in function?
"ryanarossi@gmail.com" <ryanarossi@gmail.com> writes:
> I have a large array with doubles and when I add them all up to compute
> the average similarities I get -1.QNAN error. Which I believe means
> overflow, so I would like to know how to round off these doubles to the
> 10th deciminal pl...

**Controlling number of decimal places**Say I have a DOUBLE variable that holds 200.23234 for example. I want
to output this number to a text file as a number rounded to two
decimal places. In other words, I want to output to a text file
"200.23".
How do I do this? I've looked into the ROUND function but only rounds
to the nearest integer.
Thanks for any help!
Edwin
Edwin writes:
> Say I have a DOUBLE variable that holds 200.23234 for example. I want
> to output this number to a text file as a number rounded to two
> decimal places. In other words, I want to output to a text file
> "200.23"...

**round number at 2 decimal**using aggregate i am computing a MEAN with number with 2 decimal.
The result end up with number something equal to xxxx.xxxxxxxxxxx with
more then 10 decimals.
I would like to cut it or round it at 2 decimal.
I have use format like (F8.2) but the number still have with more then
10 decimals.
Thanks
On Wed, 30 Sep 2009 08:00:47 -0700 (PDT), otolithe
<michel.simoneau@envill.com> wrote:
>using aggregate i am computing a MEAN with number with 2 decimal.
>The result end up with number something equal to xxxx.xxxxxxxxxxx with
>more then 10 decimals.
>I would like to ...