import java.math.BigDecimal;
import java.math.RoundingMode;
import java.text.DecimalFormat;
public class RoundDouble {
public double round1(double input, int scale) {
BigDecimal bigDecimal = new BigDecimal(input).setScale(scale, RoundingMode.HALF_EVEN);
return bigDecimal.doubleValue();
}
public double round2(double input) {
return Math.round(input * 100) / 100.0d;
}
public double round3(double input) {
DecimalFormat df = new DecimalFormat("#.00");
return Double.parseDouble(df.format(input));
}
public static void main(String[] args) {
RoundDouble rd = new RoundDouble();
System.out.println(rd.round1(9232.129394d, 2));
System.out.println(rd.round2(9232.129394d));
System.out.println(rd.round3(9232.129394d));
}
}
Precision and scale for a Double in java
Upasana  August 03, 2020  2 min read  416 views
Firstly let us understand the difference between Precision and Scale.
If the number is 9232.129394, then:
 Precision

represents the total number of digits in unscaled value i.e. for the number 9232.129394, the precision is 4 + 6 = 10
In special case when number is 0, precision is 1.
 Scale

Scale can be negative, zero or a positive value.
When scale is positive, it represents the number of digits to the right of the decimal point i.e. 6 in above case (.129394)
When scale is negative, the unscaled value of the number is multiplied by ten to the power of negation of scale. For example, a scale of 2 means the unscaled value is multiplied by 100.
Some examples of precision and scale are:
Number  Precision  Scale 

99.99 
4 
2 
9999999999 
10 
0 
99999.999 
8 
3 
99999000 
5 
3 
0.00001 
1 
5 
You would never want to lose the precision of the number as it will change the value by a large amount. If you still want to lose the precision simply divide the number by 10 to the power precision.
Set scale in Java
There are multiple ways in Java to round the double value to certain scale, as mentioned in the below example,
Outcome will be same in all the approaches, but the first method of rounding using BigDecimal should be preferred in most scenarios.
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