Author dingo
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Date 2008-12-20.19:23:29
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I'm using Arch Linux (32 bit) with kernel 2.6.25 and glibc 2.8 on a core
2 duo. The described behaviour occurs in a precompiled binary of Python
3.0, but also in versions I've compiled just now, which includes Python
3.0+ (release30-maint:67879)

As far as the rounding itself is concerned, round(x, n) seems to work as
documented with n>=0 on my system, while giving the same results as the
Python-2.6-version of round() for n<0.
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