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Example below demonstrates the working of bigdecimal class min() method. Java min method analysis the bigdecimal objects value and returns the numerically minimum value.

Java bigdecimal min example

     

Example below demonstrates the working of bigdecimal class min() method. Java min method analysis the bigdecimal objects value and returns the numerically minimum value. Value returned by the method is a bigdecimal type value. Method throws NumberFormatException if it finds objects values other than integer or double.

In the example two bigdecimal objects, big_0 & big_1 are created. Also arrays of type byte, double, int &  String are created, and by using these arrays, bigdecimal objects values have been changed and modified to  make the method demonstration plausible. 

Syntax for using the method : public BigDecimal min(BigDecimal val)
BigDecimal objects with names x, y & z;
z = x.min(y);

 

 

import java.math.BigDecimal;

public class Java_bigdecimal_minimum {
  public static void main(String args[]) {
  // creating byte & double type arrays
  byte[] bg = { 123};
  double dig[] = { 123};

  BigDecimal big_0 = new BigDecimal(bg.length);
  BigDecimal big_1 = new BigDecimal(dig[3]);

  System.out.println("Value of object big_0 : " +
  "" + big_0);
  System.out.println("Value of object big_1 : " +
  "" + big_1);
  System.out.println("Method generated minimum " +
  "value : "
  + big_0.min(big_1));

  big_0 = new BigDecimal(bg[2]);
  big_0 = new BigDecimal(dig[2]);

  System.out.println("\nValue of object big_0 : " +
  "" + big_0);
  System.out.println("Value of object big_1 : " 
  + big_1);
  System.out.println("Method generated minimum " +
  "value : "
  + big_0.min(big_1));

  // creating integer & string type arrays
  int[] in = { 5101520 };
  String str[] = { "newstrackindia "".com"
  "public""limited" };

  big_0 = new BigDecimal(in[0]);
  big_0 = new BigDecimal(str[3].length());

  System.out.println("\nValue of object big_0 " +
  ": " + big_0);
  System.out.println("Value of object big_1 : " +
  "" + big_1);
  System.out.println("Method generated minimum " +
  "value : "
  + big_0.min(big_1));

  big_0 = new BigDecimal(in[2]);
  big_0 = new BigDecimal((str[1
  + str[2]).length());

  System.out.println("\nValue of object big_0 " +
  ": " + big_0);
  System.out.println("Value of object big_1 : " +
  "" + big_1);
  System.out.println("Method generated minimum " +
  "value : "+ big_0.min(big_1));

  }
}

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Posted on: November 24, 2008

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