Precision Specifier

Java-Precision Specifier

Precision Specifier A precision specifier can be applied to the %f, %e, %g, and %s format specifiers, among others. It follows the minimum field-width specifier (if there is one) and consists of a period followed by an integer. Its exact meaning depends upon the type of data to which it is applied. When you apply … Read more…

Minimum Field Width Specifier

Java-Minimum Field Width Specifier

Minimum Field Width Specifier An integer placed between the % sign and the format conversion code acts as a minimum field-width specifier. This pads the output with spaces to ensure that it reaches a certain minimum length. If the string or number is longer than that minimum, it will still be printed in full. For … Read more…

Formatter

Java-Formatter

Formatter Formatter class is used to creating formatted output. It provides format conversions that let you display numbers, strings, and time and date in virtually any format you like. It operates in a manner similar to the C/C++ printf( ) function, which means that if you are familiar with C/C++, then learning to use Formatter … Read more…