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Decimal#is_canonical() : is_canonical() is a Decimal class method which checks whether the Decimal value is canonical.
Syntax: Decimal.is_canonical() Parameter: Decimal values Return: true – if the Decimal value is canonical; otherwise false
Code #1 : Example for is_canonical() method
# Python Program explaining 
# is_canonical() method
  
# loading decimal library
from decimal import *
  
  
# Initializing a decimal value
a = Decimal(-1)
  
b = Decimal('0.142857')
  
# printing Decimal values
print ("Decimal value a : ", a)
print ("Decimal value b : ", b)
  
  
# Using Decimal.is_canonical() method
print ("\n\nDecimal a with is_canonical() method : ", a.is_canonical())
  
print ("Decimal b with is_canonical() method : ", b.is_canonical())

                    
Output :
Decimal value a :  -1
Decimal value b :  0.142857


Decimal a with is_canonical() method :  True
Decimal b with is_canonical() method :  True

Code #2 : Example for is_canonical() method
# Python Program explaining 
# is_canonical() method
  
# loading decimal library
from decimal import *
  
  
# Initializing a decimal value
a = Decimal('-3.14')
  
b = Decimal('321e + 5')
  
# printing Decimal values
print ("Decimal value a : ", a)
print ("Decimal value b : ", b)
  
  
# Using Decimal.is_canonical() method
print ("\n\nDecimal a with is_canonical() method : ", a.is_canonical())
  
print ("Decimal b with is_canonical() method : ", b.is_canonical())

                    
Output :
Decimal value a :  -3.14
Decimal value b :  3.21E+7


Decimal a with is_canonical() method :  True
Decimal b with is_canonical() method :  True


Last Updated : 05 Sep, 2019
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