  # Python Number Round() Method

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## Description

The round() method in Python number returns x rounded to the n digits from a specific decimal point. This round() method in Python is its another inbuilt function that returns you with a float number which is rounded to the closest decimal places and is given as input. However, in case the decimal places that are to be rounded arenâ€™t specified then it would be considered as zero and would be rounded to the nearest integer.

### Syntax

Following is the syntax for round() method:

`round( x [, n]  )`

### Parameters

• x - This is a numeric expression.
• n - This is also a numeric expression.

### Return Value

This method returns x rounded to n digits from the decimal point.

### Example

The following example shows the usage of round() method.

```#!/usr/bin/python

print "round(80.23456, 2) : ", round(80.23456, 2)
print "round(100.000056, 3) : ", round(100.000056, 3)
print "round(-100.000056, 3) : ", round(-100.000056, 3)```

When we run the above program, it produces the following result:

```round(80.23456, 2) :  80.23
round(100.000056, 3) :  100.0
round(-100.000056, 3) :  -100.0```

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