How would you print a given currency value for Indian Locale (INR Currency)?

By | November 26, 2019

In this post we will talk and learn How would you print a given currency value for Indian Locale  (INR Currency) in java?

  • NumberFormat class is designed specifically for this purpose. Currency symbol & Rounding Mode is automatically set based on the locale using NumberFormat.
  • Lets see an example..


Amount = Rs.22.1215

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