# signif_pad: Round numbers with 0-padding. In table1: Tables of Descriptive Statistics in HTML

### Description

Utility functions to round numbers, similar the the base functions `signif` and `round`, but resulting in character representations that keep zeros at the right edge if they are significant.

### Usage

```signif_pad(x, digits = 3, round.integers = TRUE, round5up = TRUE, dec, ...)

round_pad(x, digits = 2, round5up = TRUE, dec, ...)
```

### Arguments

 `x` A numeric vector. `digits` An integer specifying the number of significant digits to keep (for `signif_pad`) or the number of digits after the decimal point (for `round_pad`). `round.integers` Should rounding be limited to digits to the right of the decimal point? `round5up` Should numbers with 5 as the last digit always be rounded up? The standard R approach is "go to the even digit" (IEC 60559 standard, see `round`), while some other softwares (e.g. SAS, Excel) always round up. `dec` The character symbol to use as decimal mark (locale specific). [Deprecated; use `decimal.mark` instead] `...` Further options, passed to `formatC` (which is used internally). Not all options will work, but some might be useful (e.g. `big.mark`, `decimal.mark`).

### Value

A character vector containing the rounded numbers.

`signif` `round` `formatC` `prettyNum` `format`

### Examples

```x <- c(0.9001, 12345, 1.2, 1., 0.1, 0.00001 , 1e5)

# Compare:
as.character(signif(x, digits=3))
format(x, digits=3, nsmall=3)
prettyNum(x, digits=3, drop0trailing=TRUE)
prettyNum(x, digits=3, drop0trailing=FALSE)

# This is very close.
formatC(x, format="fg", flag="#", digits=3)
formatC(signif(x, 3), format="fg", flag="#", digits=3)

# Could always remove the trailing "."
sub("[.]\$", "", formatC(x, format="fg", flag="#", digits=3))

```

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