Python | Decimal Conjugation Method ()

Python Methods and Functions

Decimal # conjugate (): conjugate () — this is a method of the Decimal class that returns self, this method is only for conforming to the decimal specification.

  Syntax:  Decimal.conjugate ()  Parameter:  Decimal values ​​ Return:  the self Decimal value 

Code # 1: Example for mate () method

# Python program explaining
# pairing 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.conjugate () method

print ( "Decimal a with conjugate () method:" , a.conjugate ())

 

print ( "Decimal b with conjugate () method:" , b.conjugate ())

Output:

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

Code # 2: Example for conjugate () method

# Python program explaining
# pairing method ()

 
# loading decimal library

fro m decimal import *

 

 
# Initialize decimal value

a = Decimal ( '-3.14' )

  

b = Decimal ( '321e + 5' )

  
# printing decimal values ​​

print ( "Decimal value a:" , a)

print ( "Decimal value b:" , b)

  

 
# Using the Decimal.conjugate () method

print ( "Decimal a with conjugate () method:" , a.conjugate ())

 

print ( "Decimal b with conjugate () method:" , b.conjugate ())

Output:

 Decimal value a: -3.14 Decimal value b: 3.21E + 7 Decimal a with conjugate () method: -3.14 Decimal b with conjugate () method: 3.21E + 7 




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