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FormattableFlags


java.util

Class FormattableFlags

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      • LEFT_JUSTIFY

        public static final int LEFT_JUSTIFY
        Denotes the output is to be left-justified. In order to fill the minimum width requirement, spaces(' ') will be appended at the end of the specified output element. If no such flag is set, the output is right-justified. The flag corresponds to '-' ('-') in the format specifier.
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      • UPPERCASE

        public static final int UPPERCASE
        Denotes the output is to be converted to upper case in the way the locale parameter of Formatter.formatTo() requires. The output has the same effect as String.toUpperCase(java.util.Locale). This flag corresponds to '^' ('^') in the format specifier.
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      • ALTERNATE

        public static final int ALTERNATE
        Denotes the output is to be formatted in an alternate form. The definition of the alternate form is determined by the Formattable. This flag corresponds to '#' ('#') in the format specifier.
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