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CurrencyNameProvider


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Class CurrencyNameProvider



  • public abstract class CurrencyNameProvider
    extends LocaleServiceProvider
    An abstract class for service providers that provide localized currency symbols and display names for the Currency class. Note that currency symbols are considered names when determining behaviors described in the LocaleServiceProvider specification.
    Since:
    1.6
    • Constructor Detail

      • CurrencyNameProvider

        protected CurrencyNameProvider()
        Sole constructor. (For invocation by subclass constructors, typically implicit.)
    • Method Detail

      • getSymbol

        public abstract String getSymbol(String currencyCode,
                                         Locale locale)
        Gets the symbol of the given currency code for the specified locale. For example, for "USD" (US Dollar), the symbol is "$" if the specified locale is the US, while for other locales it may be "US$". If no symbol can be determined, null should be returned.
        Parameters:
        currencyCode - the ISO 4217 currency code, which consists of three upper-case letters between 'A' (U+0041) and 'Z' (U+005A)
        locale - the desired locale
        Returns:
        the symbol of the given currency code for the specified locale, or null if the symbol is not available for the locale
        Throws:
        NullPointerException - if currencyCode or locale is null
        IllegalArgumentException - if currencyCode is not in the form of three upper-case letters, or locale isn't one of the locales returned from getAvailableLocales().
        See Also:
        Currency.getSymbol(java.util.Locale)
      • getDisplayName

        public String getDisplayName(String currencyCode,
                                     Locale locale)
        Returns a name for the currency that is appropriate for display to the user. The default implementation returns null.
        Parameters:
        currencyCode - the ISO 4217 currency code, which consists of three upper-case letters between 'A' (U+0041) and 'Z' (U+005A)
        locale - the desired locale
        Returns:
        the name for the currency that is appropriate for display to the user, or null if the name is not available for the locale
        Throws:
        IllegalArgumentException - if currencyCode is not in the form of three upper-case letters, or locale isn't one of the locales returned from getAvailableLocales().
        NullPointerException - if currencyCode or locale is null
        Since:
        1.7


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