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I made a question in Stack Overflow that has just scored 1500 views. But, while the "main" counter passed from 1K to 2k, the tooltip displays 1527 (the actual value I guess). Is it a round matter? Is this correct?

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up vote 4 down vote accepted

I assume so. The same behavior of rounding up numbers can be seen for reputation in the user card once that user reaches double digit thousands...

  • If I have 13,364 rep, it'll show as 13.4K
  • If I have 13,501 rep, it'll show as 13.5K

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If you have 13,450 it is show as 13.5k. It's the 50 free reputation giveaway, every 100 rep. – ben is uǝq backwards Dec 10 '12 at 15:08

this is how its looks like when there is four digit

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so they rounding up numbers and than it will look like

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and lix explained how rounding number works here

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