1. Java program to print numbers in number format forums.oracle.com
2. Number formatting problem forums.oracle.com
well Im just making a bill, I though it would be better to handle all the process in the server, so that why the formating, but making constructors, for displaying and entering data is a pain haha. Thats why at the end I though of JSTL wich is more direct at the end. Thanks a lot for the help again.
3. format a number forums.oracle.com
Hi, I need some help with formating a number. I am having a string object of format '00000' and i want to have it formatted to '000.00' Is there a way i can change it to double by specifying the format? Let me know if there is any way i can do it using Number format or Decimal format?
4. Presenting numbers to their string format forums.oracle.com
this is how i would do it i think, store the names like "zero" "one", "two", "three" ... "nine" "ten" in one array store the names like "teen" "twenty" "thirty" "fourty" "fifty" "sixty" ... "ninety" in another array store the names like "hundred" "thousand" "million" "billion" in another array now i would make some kind of loop that takes the number ...
5. Formatting a Number forums.oracle.com
6. Number Formatting forums.oracle.com
Hi, I am trying to write a program, in which i have to insert a comma at the appropriate position depending upon the number. e.g. if the number is 1000, it shoul display as 1,000 or 10000 should be displayed as 10,000 and so and so forth.. final display should be 1,000 10,000 1,00,000 10,00,000 can anyone help in writing the ...
7. question regarding number format forums.oracle.com
8. Number Format Exception forums.oracle.com
Actually parseInt(str) method can be use to convert String to int type, in my case y isn't possible??? parseInt() doesn't convert any old String into an int. It wants a string like "1234" which (by convention) has the value one thousand two hundred and thirty four. There's a problem with your conversion. Suppose you went into a shop and said "I ...
9. Number Format query forums.oracle.com
10. get week day in String format instead of number forums.oracle.com
hi, your post is not clear as exactly what u want. if you make use of a Date class by default you get day of the week as u wanted. and if u want to format the dat as u want you can make use of : Use getDateInstance to get the normal date format for that country. There are other ...
11. Number Formatting forums.oracle.com
I need to format the number so that is displays digits, decimal separator etc. in a Locale specific format. For e.g. If the Locale is set to German, The output should have comma (,) in place of period (.). I believe comma is the decimal separator in Germany. Some one running in Arabic locale, would see Arabic digits instead of English ...
12. java.lang.Number Format Exception error forums.oracle.com
Hello all, I'm trying to convert a double to a String, but it doesn't seem to be working right. When I assign number to be a round number with no decimal values, it displays normally. When I assign number to be a decimal number, such as ".74", I get a "java.lang.Number Format Exception" error. Here's the code: public static int digits ...
13. Strange exception in number format forums.oracle.com
Hi, i face some starange exception in my application. sometimes it throws exception like java.lang.NumberFormatException: For input string: "u" at java.lang.NumberFormatException.forInputString(NumberFormatException.java:48) at java.lang.Integer.parseInt(Integer.java:468) at java.lang.Integer.parseInt(Integer.java:518) at oracle.sql.NUMBER.toBytes(NUMBER.java:1835) at oracle.sql.NUMBER.stringToBytes(NUMBER.java:3398) at oracle.sql.NUMBER.
14. number format forums.oracle.com
See the API docs for DecimalFormat, available patterns are described there. In short: a "0" stands for a digit which must be created in the output even if the number's precision is lower -- in that case, a zero is added. A "#" is a digit which may be ommitted in case of lower precision. Each digit to the right of ...
15. Number Format Exception forums.oracle.com
16. Formatting numbers with POI forums.oracle.com
Hello! I am using Jakarta POI to process Excel files. The problem I am running into is that when a cell contains an integer, say, 9 it is registered as a numeric cell type and converted into a double, ie. 9.0. I need to represent those as strings so "9" is what I want for the input of 9. However, when ...
17. how to print the numbers in the following format?????? forums.oracle.com
18. how to print the numbers in the following format?????? forums.oracle.com
19. number formatting forums.oracle.com
20. String to Number format? forums.oracle.com
Why do you think you should replace the decimal point with a comma before invoking Float.valueOf on it, and why do you have two variables of different type, both named 'i'? I don't know what the "errors" you are having are, but I bet the compiler and/or runtime do, and they told you what the errors were. But for whatever reason, ...
21. formatting number in java forums.oracle.com
22. Need API to get number in right format. forums.oracle.com