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Java I18N: Format : Number Format

Java I18N: Format : Number Format
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import java.text.NumberFormat;
import java.util.Locale;

public class NumberFormatDemo {

  static public void displayNumber(Locale currentLocale) {

    Integer quantity = new Integer(123456);
    Double amount = new Double(345987.246);
    NumberFormat numberFormatter;
    String quantityOut;
    String amountOut;

    numberFormatter = NumberFormat.getNumberInstance(currentLocale);
    quantityOut = numberFormatter.format(quantity);
    amountOut = numberFormatter.format(amount);
    System.out.println(quantityOut + "   " + currentLocale.toString());
    System.out.println(amountOut + "   " + currentLocale.toString());
  }

  static public void displayCurrency(Locale currentLocale) {

    Double currency = new Double(9876543.21);
    NumberFormat currencyFormatter;
    String currencyOut;

    currencyFormatter = NumberFormat.getCurrencyInstance(currentLocale);
    currencyOut = currencyFormatter.format(currency);
    System.out.println(currencyOut + "   " + currentLocale.toString());
  }

  static public void displayPercent(Locale currentLocale) {

    Double percent = new Double(0.75);
    NumberFormat percentFormatter;
    String percentOut;

    percentFormatter = NumberFormat.getPercentInstance(currentLocale);
    percentOut = percentFormatter.format(percent);
    System.out.println(percentOut + "   " + currentLocale.toString());
  }

  static public void main(String[] args) {

    Locale[] locales = { new Locale("fr", "FR"), new Locale("de", "DE"),
        new Locale("en", "US") };

    for (int i = 0; i < locales.length; i++) {
      System.out.println();
      displayNumber(locales[i]);
      displayCurrency(locales[i]);
      displayPercent(locales[i]);
    }
  }

}


           
       










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