Currency Format Example

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Currency Format Example

This Example shows you how to format currency according to the locale. In the code given below we are formatting Currency according to the locale.

This Example shows you how to format currency according to the locale. In the code given below we are formatting Currency according to the locale.

Currency Format Example

     

This Example shows you how to format currency according to the locale. In the code given below we are formatting Currency according to the locale.

Methods used in this example are described below :

NumberFormat.getCurrencyInstance : NumberFormat class provides the functionality for formatting and parsing currency. NumberFormat class also provides methods for defining which locales have currency formats.

NumberFormat.format() : This method returns a format string of a currency.

CurrencyFormatExample.java


import java.text.*;
import java.util.*;

class CurrencyFormatExample {
  public void currencyFormat(Locale currentLocale) {
   Double currency = new Double(9843.21);
   NumberFormat currencyFormatter;
 String currencyOut;
   currencyFormatter = NumberFormat.getCurrencyInstance(currentLocale);
 currencyOut = currencyFormatter.format(currency);
 System.out.println(currencyOut + " " + currentLocale.toString());
  }

  public static void main(String args[]) {
 Locale[] locales = new Locale[]{new Locale("fr""FR"),
   
new Locale("de""DE"), new Locale("ca""CA"),
   new 
Locale
("rs""RS"),new Locale("en""IN")
  };

   CurrencyFormatExample[] formate =
    
new CurrencyFormatExample[locales.length];

  for (int i = 0; i < locales.length; i++) {
  formate[i].currencyFormat(locales[i]);
  }
  }
}

Output :
9 843,21 ? fr_FR

9.843,21 ? de_DE

CAD 9.843,21 ca_CA

RSD 9,843.21 rs_RS

Rs.9,843.21 en_IN

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