Java - Format floating-point number with width and precision

Description

Format floating-point number with width and precision

Demo

public class Main {
  public static void main(String[] args) {
    System.out.printf("%.2e %n", 2028.27);
    System.out.printf("%.2f %n", 2028.27);
    System.out.printf("%.2g %n", 2028.27);

    System.out.printf("'%8.2e' %n", 2028.27);
    System.out.printf("'%8.2f' %n", 2028.27);
    System.out.printf("'%8.2g' %n", 2028.27);

    System.out.printf("'%10.2e' %n", 2028.27);
    System.out.printf("'%10.2f' %n", 2028.27);
    System.out.printf("'%10.2g' %n", 2028.27);

    System.out.printf("'%-10.2e' %n", 2028.27);
    System.out.printf("'%-10.2f' %n", 2028.27);
    System.out.printf("'%-10.2g' %n", 2028.27);

    System.out.printf("'%010.2e' %n", 2028.27);
    System.out.printf("'%010.2f' %n", 2028.27);
    System.out.printf("'%010.2g' %n", 2028.27);
  }//from ww  w.  j  a v a2  s.  com
}

Result

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