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number format question

Rauhl Roy
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Joined: Aug 01, 2006
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may i know what should i do if i want print 0 as 0000 and 11 as 0011 999 as 0999... it seems int a =0000 prints only 0 not the one i want.

please let me know how to format these number and let me know if there is any method to accomplish this task.
Jonas Isberg
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I suggest you take a look at the java.util.Formatter class.
Campbell Ritchie

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Jonas Isberg wrote:I suggest you take a look at the java.util.Formatter class.
Agree, but you will probably find this Java™ Tutorials page easier to understand.
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