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Do you know anything in Java which can do format control like those format indicator in C such as %d %f ...

Actually, the problem I met is that when writing some math function in Java, I don't want to output some double values in scientific format like 1.0034872E-5.  Instead, I want to represent them like 0.00010034872.  Do you have any idea about that?  Thank you in advance.
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Take a look at the Acme class library (freeware) at:

http://www.acme.com/java/

Specificaly, take a look at:

http://www.acme.com/java/software/Acme.Fmt.html

which is a class that does exactly what you want.
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