I am trying to round integers in python. I looked at the built-in round() function but it seems that that rounds floats.
My goal is to round integers to the closest multiple of 10. i.e.: 5-> 10, 4-> 0, 95->100, etc.
5 and higher should round up, 4 and lower should round down.
This is the code I have that does this:
last_dig = int(str(x)[-1])
if last_dig >= 5:
x += 10
return (x/10) * 10
Actually, you could still use the round function:
>>> print round(1123.456789, -1) 1120.0
This would round to the closest multiple of 10. To 100 would be -2 as the second argument and so forth.