Python Math: Round up a number to specified digits
Python Math: Exercise-69 with Solution
Write a Python function to round up a number to specified digits.
import math def roundup(a, digits=0): n = 10**-digits return round(math.ceil(a / n) * n, digits) x = 123.01247 print("Original Number: ",x) print(roundup(x, 0)) print(roundup(x, 1)) print(roundup(x, 2)) print(roundup(x, 3))
Original Number: 123.01247 124 123.1 123.02 123.013
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