The rounding procedure requires at least two

**decimal digits**to be pointed by issuer, so there is a possibility that no offer will be made eventually.This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:

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- Diagnostic de l'Eclairage Intérieur (French: Diagnosis of Interior Lighting; software)
- Downtown Eau Claire, Inc. (Wisconsin)
- Decision Evaluation and Complex Information Development Environment (Louisiana State University)
- Decision Support Models and a DSS (Decision Support System) for European Academic and Public Libraries (Education for Change; UK)
- Dutch Expertise Consortium for International Development of Education
- Deci-Hertz Interferometer Gravitational Wave Observatory (Japan)
- Delft Cooperation on Intelligent Systems (The Netherlands)

- Departamento de Ciência e Tecnologia
- DEutscher Commercial Internet eXchange
- Development Education Council of Japan (est. 1982)
- Deck Officer
- Decision Knowledge Programming for Logistics Analysis and Technical Evaluation (US Navy)
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- Digital Electric Control Loading
- Double Ended Cold Leg

The rounding procedure requires at least two **decimal digits** to be pointed by issuer, so there is a possibility that no offer will be made eventually.

Column F has a list of **decimal digits** and in subsequent columns is the Roman equivalent for each power of 10.

Note that even though only 29 **decimal digits** of cos(100*Pi) are printed, the internal representation of its mantissa contains seven words: the precision has automatically been increased.

His nickname reflects his ability to recite 320 **decimal digits** of the number pi.

But in my opinion they would be more agreeable if their number of **decimal digits** (their "length" in base-10 representation) were equal to N.

One **decimal digit** op codes supports 10 instructions, and two **decimal digit** addresses support 100 memory locations.

Mathematics & Computers * A tantalizing link between number theory and chaotic dynamics offered a potential path to a proof that every **decimal digit** of pi occurs with the same frequency (160: 136 (*)).