CollationElementIterator tertiaryOrder() method in Java with Examples

The tertiaryOrder() method of java.text.CollationElementIterator class is used to provide the tertiary component of every collation element of CollationElementIterator object.

Syntax:

public static final short tertiaryOrder(int order)

Parameter: This method takes a collation element as a parameter in the integer format for which tertiary component has to be found.

Return Value: This method returns the tertialry component for the particular Collison element.

Below are the examples to illustrate the tertiaryOrder() method:



Example 1:

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// Java program to demonstrate
// tertiaryOrder() method
  
import java.text.*;
import java.util.*;
import java.io.*;
  
public class GFG {
    public static void main(String[] argv)
    {
        // creating and initializing testString
        String test = "GeeksForGeeks";
  
        // creating and initializing
        // RuleBasedCollator object
        RuleBasedCollator rbc
            = (RuleBasedCollator)(Collator.getInstance());
  
        // creating and initializing
        // CollationElementIterator
        CollationElementIterator cel
            = rbc.getCollationElementIterator(test);
  
        // for iteration
        for (int i = 1; i <= test.length(); i++) {
  
            // getting tertiary component of every elmenet
            // using tertiaryOrder() method
            int value
                = CollationElementIterator
                      .tertiaryOrder(cel.next());
  
            // display the reslut
            System.out.println("tertiary order "
                               + "for order "
                               + i + " is "
                               + value);
        }
    }
}

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Output:

tertiary order for order 1 is 1
tertiary order for order 2 is 0
tertiary order for order 3 is 0
tertiary order for order 4 is 0
tertiary order for order 5 is 0
tertiary order for order 6 is 1
tertiary order for order 7 is 0
tertiary order for order 8 is 0
tertiary order for order 9 is 1
tertiary order for order 10 is 0
tertiary order for order 11 is 0
tertiary order for order 12 is 0
tertiary order for order 13 is 0

Example 2:

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// Java program to demonstrate
// tertiaryOrder() method
  
import java.text.*;
import java.util.*;
import java.io.*;
  
public class GFG {
    public static void main(String[] argv)
    {
        // creating and initializing testString
        String test = "aBcDeFgH<>?:";
  
        // creating and initializing
        // RuleBasedCollator object
        RuleBasedCollator rbc
            = (RuleBasedCollator)(Collator.getInstance());
  
        // creating and initializing
        // CollationElementIterator
        CollationElementIterator cel
            = rbc.getCollationElementIterator(test);
  
        // for iteration
        for (int i = 1; i <= test.length(); i++) {
  
            // getting tertiary component of every elmenet
            // using tertiaryOrder() method
            int value
                = CollationElementIterator
                      .tertiaryOrder(cel.next());
  
            // display the reslut
            System.out.println("tertiary order "
                               + "for order "
                               + i + " is "
                               + value);
        }
    }
}

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Output:

tertiary order for order 1 is 0
tertiary order for order 2 is 1
tertiary order for order 3 is 0
tertiary order for order 4 is 1
tertiary order for order 5 is 0
tertiary order for order 6 is 1
tertiary order for order 7 is 0
tertiary order for order 8 is 1
tertiary order for order 9 is 0
tertiary order for order 10 is 0
tertiary order for order 11 is 0
tertiary order for order 12 is 0

Reference: https://docs.oracle.com/javase/9/docs/api/java/text/CollationElementIterator.html#tertiaryOrder-int-

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