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Java Currency

Posted on 2014-12-15
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Hi,

How can I make this line show in currency

so like $300.00

lblP2.setText(Double.toString(pay2));

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Something like this should do it...

lblP2.setText(String.format("$%.02f", pay2));

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Or perhaps this may be more correct (ie. might handle different locales more correctly), but may be overkill for what you want...

lblP2.setText(NumberFormat.getCurrencyInstance().format(pay2));

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