# How to round off in Python

In python, there is a built in function for rounding off number. The function round() rounds off the given the number and returns a floating number.

Syntax:

`round(`

*number, number of digits*)

*number*– number to be rounded.*number of digits*– rounds off to the given number of digits. If this is not provided,- if only an integer is given, then it will round off to the same integer.
- if a decimal number is given, then it will round off to the ceil integer after that if the decimal value has >=5, and it will round off to the floor integer if the decimal is <5.

Example:

print(round(7)) print(round(7.5)) print(round(7.4)) print(round(7.7)) print(round(7.3254,2)) print(round(7.3254,3))

Output:

7 8 7 8 7.33 7.325

Work out more examples on your own for better understanding.

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