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Regarding System.out.printf method

Swapnil Suryakant Prabhavalkar
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Joined: Feb 25, 2012
Posts: 23

Hi all,

Is System.out.printf method is in syllabus for SCJP 6?

I came across a question in Devaka's examlab software. I am not able to understand the syntax of this method.

The question was: What would be the output of System.out.printf("12%1$s","13%1$s","14%1$s");

I have seen that output comes out to be 1213%1$s but didn't get how.

Could you please explain me?

Cheers,
Swapnil


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Matthew Brown
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It used to be included - you'd have to check the current syllabus to be sure. Anyway, the explanation of how format strings work is found in the
java.lang.Formatter class documentation (follow the link).
 
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