The title basically already says it all. Just one addition. I need quick-calc to act like that for just 2 times a week. Usually I prefer the standard 12 digit precision.
I know how to achieve this format in org mode spreadsheets:
;%.1f at the end of a formula below the spreadsheet, and the result will be reformated to 1 decimal. But I really don't want to convert my whole calculation into an org mode spreadsheet just to get this one part of it rounded to 1 decimal.
I've searched GNU manual & searched with web search engine—in vein.
C-u 1 M-x quick-calc, but the result had the usual 12 digit precision.
C-u M-x quick-calc and
C-u C-u M-x quick-calc also don't do the trick.
Inspired by GNU manual I looked shortly into calc mode, not quick-calc, although that's really not with what I want to work. I did so just to get some clues for how to achieve 1 digit rounded output format in quick-calc. In calc-mode I pressed
p 1, but that just caused a prompt telling me that the digit precision must be at least 3.