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Java Class Q&A » toString » format 

1. How do I set the format of toString methods with ToStringBuilder in commons-lang?    stackoverflow.com

how do I configure the setting of the format for toString

2. How can I get the Double.toString() behaviour AND thousands separator?    stackoverflow.com

I want to add the thousands separator to a variable of type double. I have tried using String.format("%,f", x); and similar, but it seems to have a fixed number of decimal ...

3. In what format does ToStringBuilder.reflectionToString(Object) display dates?    stackoverflow.com

In what format does ToStringBuilder.reflectionToString(Object) display dates? According to the Apache Commons Lang 2.4 documentation, ToStringBuilder.reflectionToString(Object) delegates to ReflectionToStringBuilder.toString(Object) which "Builds a toString value ...

4. Using Java Double.toString() style formatting with more digits (DecimalFormat does not work with low precision numbers)    stackoverflow.com

The central problem is that I have a series of doubles that I need to log, each with varying number of significant digits. The numbers vary greatly in how many significant ...

5. Time.toString() format    coderanch.com

Hi, I hope this isn't just because I'm too tired to think straight any more but here goes: My app logs events, and timestamps them with a long integer. In order to work out the interval between two events I'm trying to subtract one from the other and output the difference, like this: public void getDuration() { String loginTime = "1125087226541"; ...

6. Formatting doubles in a toString return    coderanch.com

Hey guys, I'm new here but think I'm going to become a regular visitor now that I started my Java class. I am having trouble with one of my assignments, I have a toString method that is supposed to print out information on a triangle. My problem is I am trying to format the numbers to 2 or 3 decimal places ...

7. output formatting and toString    forums.oracle.com

Hi. I am learning methods at the moment to format output, and am currently learning the printf method where you have a statement that looks something like this.... System.out.printf( "%s%nI am %d years old.%nI hope to get a %c in my Java exam.%nI got %.2f%% for FIT1002.", str, age, examSymbol, lastExamResult ); I am just wandering how would i go about ...

8. Help with return format in toString    forums.oracle.com

You wouldn't have gotten any insults if you had bothered to take the time to look at your code and tried to figure out what is wrong with it. Don't feel bad because you are not alone. I tutored at uni at the same thing occured all the time. Students would type up a bunch of code, compile it and get ...

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