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how to make an answer only has 2 decimals

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card=input("Loyalty card?") I said yes here
#amount spent?
amount=float(input("Cost of shop?"))  I input 70
#more than £50 or £100?
if card=="yes":
    #discounting
    if amount>50: price=amount/100*90
    else: price=amount
 
elif card=="no":
    #discounting
    if amount>100: price=amount/100*95
    else: price=amount
 
 
#final price
 
print("Cost is £",price)
 
 
This gives me the answer 62.999999999999999, how do i only get 2 decimals??
asked Oct 13, 2016 in Python by anonymous

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This can be tricky...Use can use formatting to display only 2 places of decimal using %f.


It is better to design code that avoids the need of performing maths on floating numbers.

Could you design the program to only use pence and that would remove the problem.
answered Nov 13, 2016 by smartin (10,770 points)
selected Dec 2, 2016
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