how to round the double value

if the number is 1.4567 then i need out is 1.46 so what to.
i am using java.lang.Math.round(1.4567) getting output is 1 but i want 1.46
please help me
schavalamAsked:
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jimmackCommented:
Multiply it by 100, round it then divide it by 100.
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tapasviCommented:
Hi schavalam:

use java.math.BigDecimal class. It is meant for this purpose only (currency fomatting, which as you know goes to 2 decimal points of precision like $23.75)

Taps


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CEHJCommented:
>>getting output is 1 but i want 1.46

You must be assigning it to an integral variable such as int or long. Assign to a double or float
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jimmackCommented:
CEHJ:  Math.round() returns a long or an int, so can't be used to round a double.

Not like you to miss that :-(
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CEHJCommented:
You're right ;-)
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f_98Commented:
if you just want to print it out,, try using a formatter(it automaticall rounds the value).

import java.text.DecimalFormat;

double d = 1.4567;
DecimalFormat df = new DecimalFormat(".00"); // set it to 2 decimal places
String output = df.format(d);

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bapiCommented:
Use the RoundUp/RoundDown option on BigDecimal.
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