Compact Number Formatting and Fraction Digits
nishit.jain at oracle.com
Thu Jan 17 10:13:47 UTC 2019
Currently there is no way to obtain the below expected behavior (to get
1K) when min fraction digit is set to non-zero value. I think that is
not even expected when min fraction digits is set, but considering the
objective of compact number formatting this could be a good value add to
introduce an API which if set, truncates trailing fractional zeros while
formatting output. This may need some thought process on its feasibility.
On 17-01-2019 14:37, Gunnar Morling wrote:
> I took a look at the compact number formatting recently added in JDK 12.
> There's setMinimumFractionDigits() to control the number of fractional
> digits, so that e.g. 1,500 can be formatted as 1.5K. That's great, but
> it also will format 1,000 as 1.0K. Is there a way to have fractional
> digits but remove trailing zeros, so that 1,500 and 1,000 would be
> formatted as 1.5K and 1K, respectively?
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