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Java » Data Type » Number FormatScreenshots 
1.The Uppercase Option
2.Using the Format Flags
3.The Format Specifiers
4.NumberFormat with Constant Locale UsageNumberFormat with Constant Locale Usage
5.Number Format by locale
6.demonstrates the %n and %% format specifiers:
7.demonstrates the minimum field-width specifier by applying it to the %f conversion:
8.Create a table of squares and cubes.
9.precision modifier: Format 4 decimal places
10.precision modifier: Format to 2 decimal places in a 16 character field
11.precision modifier: Display at most 15 characters in a string
12.left justification: Right justify by default
13.left justification: left justify
14.Demonstrate the space format specifiers.
15.Using an Argument Index
16.the NumberFormat object is created once when the program starts.
17.Default rounding mode
18.RoundingMode.HALF_DOWN
19.RoundingMode.FLOOR
20.RoundingMode.CEILING
21.Format a number our way and the default way
22.Format a number to currencyFormat a number to currency
23.Number Format with LocaleNumber Format with Locale
24.Add leading zeroes to a number
25.Decimal Format DemoDecimal Format Demo
26.Parse number with NumberFormat and Locale
27.Formatting and Parsing a Locale-Specific Percentage
28.Format a number with DecimalFormat
29.Parse a number with NumberFormat and Locale.CANADA
30.Format a number with leading zeroes
31.Format a number for a locale
32.Formatting and Parsing a Number for a Locale
33.Display numbers in scientific notation
34.Format for GERMAN locale
35.Format for the default locale
36.Displaying numbers with commas
37.Formatting a Number in Exponential Notation
38.Using only 0's to the left of E forces no decimal point
39.Parse a GERMAN number
40.Formatting and Parsing Locale-Specific Currency
41.Parse a number for a locale
42.Use grouping to display a number
43.Number format viewer
44.A number formatter for logarithmic values. This formatter does not support parsing.
45.A custom number formatter that formats numbers as hexadecimal strings.
46.NumberFormat and locale
47.PrintfFormat allows the formatting of an array of objects embedded within a string.
48.Parse number with format
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