Here's the scenario: I'm getting
when I should be getting
I can afford to lose a decimal place of precision, so I'm using
, which kind of works.
The rounding works, but the problem is that I'm given
Is there a way to round to a number of decimal places, but strip extra whitespace?
isn't what I want; I only want to specify how many numbers after the decimal point.
Note 2: I can't just use
because I need to keep the high precision for numbers that actually have data after the decimal point. Ideally, there would be exactly as many decimal places as necessary (up to 15).