Java Currency.getInstance(Locale locale) Method

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In this tutorial, You will learn about Java Currency.getInstance(Locale locale) Method. Returns the Currency instance for the country of the given locale. The language and variant components of the locale are ignored. The result may vary over time, as countries change their currencies. For example, for the original member countries of the European Monetary Union, the method returns the old national currencies until December 31, 2001, and the Euro from January 1, 2002, local time of the respective countries.

Java Currency.getDefaultFractionDigits() Method

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In this tutorial, You will learn about Java Currency.getDefaultFractionDigits() Method. Gets the default number of fraction digits used with this currency. For example, the default number of fraction digits for the Euro is 2, while for the Japanese Yen it's 0. In the case of pseudo-currencies, such as IMF Special Drawing Rights, -1 is returned.

Java Currency.getSymbol(Locale locale) Method

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In this tutorial, You will learn about Java Currency.getSymbol(Locale locale) Method. Which returns the symbol of this currency for the specified locale. For example, for the 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, the ISO 4217 currency code is returned.

Java Currency.getSymbol() Method

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In this tutorial, You will learn about Java Currency.getSymbol() Method. This method returns the symbol of this currency for the default DISPLAY locale. For example, for the US Dollar, the symbol is "$" if the default locale is the US, while for other locales it may be "US$". If no symbol can be determined, the ISO 4217 currency code is returned.


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