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Canon F-603 Rounds Off At Decimal

Except upon data entry, nothing to the right of decimal shows. Thus:

Press 3.14 ---> 3.14 appears on scree>
Press X ----> 3. appears on screen
Press 2 ----> 2 appears on screen
Press = ----> 6 appears on screen

Efficient rounding, but not acceptable to me. How can I get the decimals I need?

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