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Added in API level 1

FormattableFlags

public class FormattableFlags
extends Object

java.lang.Object
   ↳ java.util.FormattableFlags


FormattableFlags are used as a parameter to formatTo(Formatter, int, int, int) and change the output format in Formattables. The validation and interpretation of the flags must be done by the implementations.

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Summary

Constants

int ALTERNATE

Denotes the output is to be formatted in an alternate form.

int LEFT_JUSTIFY

Denotes the output is to be left-justified.

int UPPERCASE

Denotes the output is to be converted to upper case in the way the locale parameter of Formatter.formatTo() requires.

Inherited methods

From class java.lang.Object

Constants

ALTERNATE

Added in API level 1
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.

Constant Value: 4 (0x00000004)

LEFT_JUSTIFY

Added in API level 1
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.

Constant Value: 1 (0x00000001)

UPPERCASE

Added in API level 1
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.

Constant Value: 2 (0x00000002)

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