DO NOT round values

Hello everyone,
when I plot, just for example, a pie graph with two values: 63.7 and 36.3, matplotlib rounds this values to 64 and 36.
What I must do for matplotlib DO NOT round those values?
Thanks

For pie graphs, you can pass a "autopct" keyword argument, which is a format string for the values. For example:

pie([63.7, 36.3], autopct="%.03f")

will display the values with 3 decimal places.

Cheers,
Mike

Gewton Jhames wrote:

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Hello everyone,
when I plot, just for example, a pie graph with two values: 63.7 and 36.3, matplotlib rounds this values to 64 and 36.
What I must do for matplotlib DO NOT round those values?
Thanks
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