You can write as many zeros as you want after 12358470000.0, it's still the same number as 12358470000
what is the problem with the following solution bro !
Check,it's the same as round(x,2).
Test suite has been updated with additional test cases.
add more test suites. You can simply write y=12358470000 to pass the test suites now. So add variations
The problem needs correction. Rounding to nearest 10,000 means no body cares about .000 values. y_correct = 12358470000.000; should be y_correct = 12358470000.
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