1. Convert a string into a long time format forums.oracle.com
2. How to specify format string to parse exponention with plus sign? forums.oracle.com
DecimalFormat decFor = new DecimalFormat(); decFor.applyPattern( "##.###E0" ); //decFor.setPositivePrefix( "+" ); double dd = decFor.parse( "3.30E+3" ).doubleValue(); but it does not work for me. The above code returns 3.3 instead of 3300. Can someone please inform me how to parse exponential double value using DecimalFormat? I have tried this Double.parseValue and that works fine but i would like to use DecimalFormat ...
3. Large amount was truncated when format by decimalformat forums.oracle.com
4. JAVA BUG? String.format() on GregorianCalendar forums.oracle.com
5. String Format question forums.oracle.com
6. String format error forums.oracle.com
There is no problem in the IDE and JRE u r using...Firstly I will like to make you to say something on "System", "out" and"print"..now "System":-its a public and final class so that its accessible everywhere but u cant extend it...now "out" is a "static" method defined inside this class and it has the return type of "PrintStream".Now as we know ...
7. String encoding into unicode format forums.oracle.com
You're welcome. I don't think you can get URLEncoder to use %20. You could try the output of URLEncoder with the + and see if your application works with that. An application I'm using claimed it needed +, but %20 works fine for it, too. So, yours might work the other way around (if you didn't write it yourself to only ...
8. Help needed with String formatting forums.oracle.com
9. can i convert a string to particular encoding format + urgent forums.oracle.com
Also note that by default when you open a file for reading in java, the default is not UTF-8 which you might have expected (which I also expected) so you need to make sure when you open files that you pass the string format as UTF-8 as an argument to ensure the file is opened in UTF-8.
10. Use of formatting when printing strings forums.oracle.com
My apologies, I thought the question was transparently posed within the 'Java Programming' forum implying "within Java". Indeed, I want to print to the console selective italicized print; that's the IDE console I am using and not a console such as a hand-held game or an actual terminal as part of a client/server configuration -- I jest of course but help ...