Python Methods and Functions

** Decimal # Adjusted (): Adjust () ** is a decimal class method that returns the adjusted value after shifting the rightmost digits of the coefficient until only the leading digit is left

Syntax:Decimal.adjusted()

Parameter:Decimal values

Return:the adjusted exponent after shifting out the coefficient`s rightmost digits until only the lead digit remains.

** Code # 1: Example for the adjusted () method **

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** Output: **

Decimal value a: -1 Decimal value b: 0.142857 Decimal a with adjusted ( ) method: 0 Decimal b with adjusted () method: -1

** Code # 2: Example for the Adjust () method **

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** Output: **

Decimal value a: -3.14 Decimal value b: 3.21E + 7 Decimal a wi th adjusted () method: 0 Decimal b with adjusted () method: 7

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