Lists and Decimal numbers
Wanderer
wanderer at dialup4less.com
Wed Mar 20 16:48:20 CET 2013
On Wednesday, March 20, 2013 11:27:30 AM UTC-4, Ana Dionísio wrote:
> So, I have this script that puts in a list every minute in 24 hours
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> hour=[]
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> i=0
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> t=-(1.0/60.0)
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> while i<24*60:
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> i = i+1
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> t = t+(1.0/60.0)
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> hour.append([t])
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> When it is doing the cicle it can have all the decimal numbers, but I need to print the result with only 4 decimal numbers
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> How can I define the number of decimal numbers I want to print in this case? For example with 4 decimal numbers, it would print:
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> 0.0000
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> 0.0167
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> 0.0333
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> ...
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> Can you help?
You can use round.
for t in hour:
print round(t,4)
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