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Java bigdecimal class floatValue() method translates bigdecimal value in to float type value. Method throws NumberFormatException if it finds value other than a integer or float.

Java BigDecimal floatValue method example

     

Java bigdecimal class floatValue() method translates bigdecimal value in to float type value. Method throws  NumberFormatException if it finds value other than a integer or float. In the example four bigdecimal objects namely: weisz_0, weisz_1, weisz_2 & weisz_3 respectively have been created. 

In the example along with method generated result, original bigdecimal value is also shown. 

Syntax for using the method: public float floatValue()
System.out.println(bigdecimal_objectName.floatValue()); 
  or
BigDecimal x = this.object.floatValue();

Java_BigDecimal_float.java

import java.math.BigDecimal; 


public class Java_BigDecimal_float {
  public static void main(String args[]) {
  
  String rachel[] {"http://""www.""newstrackindia"".com"};
  BigDecimal weisz_0 = new BigDecimal(rachel.length + 0.451245124512),
  weisz_1 = new BigDecimal(rachel[0].length() 0.1234213421342134),
  weisz_2 = new BigDecimal(rachel[1].length() 0.7896789678967896),
  weisz_3 = new BigDecimal(rachel[2].length() 0.3658365836583658);  
  
  
  System.out.println("BigDecimal objects values \n'weisz_0 '\nvalue : "
  + weisz_0
  +"\nfloat value : " + weisz_0.floatValue());
  
  System.out.println("\n'weisz_1 '\nvalue : " + weisz_1
 +"\nfloat value : " + weisz_1.floatValue());

  System.out.println("\n'weisz_3'\nvalue : " + weisz_2
  +"\nfloat value : " + weisz_2.floatValue());

  System.out.println("\n'weisz_3 '\nvalue : " + weisz_3
  +"\nfloat value : " + weisz_3.floatValue());
  }
}

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Posted on: November 21, 2008

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