  # Python | Decimal adjustment method ()

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

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

 ` # Python program explaining ` ` # revised () method `   ` # loading decimal library ` ` from ` ` decimal ` ` import ` ` * ` ` `  ` `  ` # Initialize decimal value ` ` a ` ` = Decimal ( - 1 ) ``   b = Decimal ( ` 0.142857` )   # print decimal values ​​ print ( "Decimal value a:" , a ) print ( "Decimal value b : " , b)     # Using the Decimal.adjusted () method print ( "Decimal a with adjusted () method:" , a.adjusted ())   print ( "Decimal b with adjusted () method:" , b.adjusted ()) `

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

 ` # Python program explaining # corrected () method ``   # loading decimal library from decimal import *      # Initialize decimal value a = Decimal ( `-3.14` )    b = Decimal ( `321e + 5` )   # print decimal values ​​ print ( "Decimal value a:" , a) print ( "Decimal value b: " , b)      # Using the Decimal.adjusted () method print ( " Decimal a with adjusted () method: " , a.adjusted ())   print ( "Decimal b with adjusted () method:" , b.adjusted () ) `

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 `