How can I display a number with only two digits after the decimal point in MATLAB?

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Mardhika Jenned on 3 Mar 2011
Commented: Walter Roberson on 16 Sep 2021
I would like to display a number with only two digits after the decimal point in MATLAB.
Jan on 3 Mar 2011
What is the relation to the tag "digital signal processing"? Can you explain any details concerning the question, please?
Mardhika Jenned on 3 Mar 2011
i'm sorry, i don't understand about tags, so i pick a random,
i mean this
10/3 = 3.3333333333333333333333333333333333333
i just want matlab show 3.333
thx

Jan on 3 Mar 2011
Display a number with two digits behind the dot:
fprintf('%.2f', pi)
Rodel Consuelo on 24 Nov 2020
thankyou

masoud sistaninejad on 30 Dec 2020
format shortg
y = 3.3333333333333333333333333333333333333
y_out = round(y,2)

Mardhika Jenned on 3 Mar 2011
thx

Mardhika Jenned on 3 Mar 2011
example
10/3 = 3.3333
but
i want to change 3.3333 to 4.
how the formula. please tell me, thx
Walter Roberson on 3 Mar 2011
ceil(10/3)

Walter Roberson on 31 Dec 2020
For the specific case of 2 decimal places (does not work for any other number)
format bank
10/3
ans =
3.33
Megha on 16 Sep 2021
in the same scenario, could you please tell how to obtain 03.33??
Walter Roberson on 16 Sep 2021
x = 10/3;
sprintf('%05.2f', x)
ans = '03.33'
compose("%05.2f", x)
ans = "03.33"
num2str(x, '%05.2f')
ans = '03.33'

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