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thank you for the information that this website give about rounding off disimals....because of this i make my score perfect in our exam yesterday....

Posted by marianne kate on Saturday, 08.28.10 @ 05:56am | #99225

public float roundUp(float value) {
DecimalFormat dformat = new DecimalFormat("#.##");
return Float.valueOf(dformat.format(value));
}

hope it helps.

Posted by kjv007 on Friday, 08.20.10 @ 08:06am | #99060

It's not convention, and is confusing to new programmers.

Method should be camelcased, with a lowercase first letter.

namely:

public static float round(...)

Also that method should probably be private, as it isn't need outside the main method.

Posted by Antony Jones on Saturday, 08.14.10 @ 19:14pm | #98920

Why not just:

Math.round(xx*100)/100 if u need to round two decimals? Or 1000 if u need to round 3...?!

Posted by Rasmus on Tuesday, 01.5.10 @ 20:25pm | #93800

Write java program using class name watch and instance variable are hour,minute and second

Posted by Tamirat Adi on Saturday, 12.19.09 @ 22:36pm | #93502

thank you everybody for this program...
you rules!!!

Posted by david on Sunday, 06.28.09 @ 00:53am | #88853

float num = 2.956165f;
DecimalFormat decimal = new DecimalFormat("#.##");
System.out.println("Rounded of decimal::::::::"+decimal.format(num));

Posted by JeenatH on Friday, 06.12.09 @ 12:11pm | #88440

double d = 1.0;
int places = 4;
// See BigDecimal javadoc about why you often want to use the String constructor
double rounded_double = new BigDecimal(d.toString()).setScale(places,BigDecimal.ROUND_HALF_UP).doubleValue();

Posted by Nobody on Friday, 02.27.09 @ 14:58pm | #85303

this round off function is very useful... thanks a lot

Posted by wewee on Sunday, 01.4.09 @ 20:40pm | #83465

You sample helped me quickly. I don't feel like nor have the time to look through the Java API to find out where they've hidden this basic functionality.

Thanks

Posted by Charles on Friday, 09.5.08 @ 20:47pm | #77277

Nice solution

Posted by Murali on Thursday, 07.3.08 @ 19:11pm | #65533

Why did you create your own rounding off routine when Java has its own rich rounding off scheme (see see the api for class "RoundingMode" at http://java.sun.com/javase/6/docs/api/)

Posted by Bob on Monday, 05.5.08 @ 12:08pm | #58522

It is very easy to understand

Posted by saravanamuthu on Thursday, 06.21.07 @ 11:45am | #19851

Good, Worth reading.

Posted by Rajesh on Thursday, 06.14.07 @ 19:42pm | #19226

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