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DecimalFormatSymbols getAvailableLocales() method in Java with Examples

  • Last Updated : 29 Jul, 2019

The getAvailableLocales() method of java.text.DecimalFormatSymbols class in Java is used to get the list of all of the available Locales for this DecimalFormatSymbols. This method returns an array of the Locales that are available.

Syntax:

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public static Locales[] getAvailableLocales()

Parameter: This method do not accept any parameter.

Return Value: This method returns an array of all the available Locales for this DecimalFormatSymbols.



Exception: This method do not throw any Exception.

Program:




// Java program to demonstrate
// the above method
  
import java.text.*;
import java.util.*;
  
public class DecimalFormatSymbolsDemo {
    public static void main(String[] args)
    {
  
        DecimalFormatSymbols dfs
            = new DecimalFormatSymbols();
  
        System.out.println("Available Locales: "
                           + Arrays.toString(
                                 dfs.getAvailableLocales()));
    }
}
Output:

Available Locales: [, ar_AE, ar_JO, ar_SY, hr_HR, fr_BE, es_PA, mt_MT, es_VE, bg, zh_TW, it, ko, uk, lv, da_DK, es_PR, vi_VN, en_US, sr_ME, sv_SE, es_BO, en_SG, ar_BH, pt, ar_SA, sk, ar_YE, hi_IN, ga, en_MT, fi_FI, et, sv, cs, sr_BA_#Latn, el, uk_UA, hu, fr_CH, in, es_AR, ar_EG, ja_JP_JP_#u-ca-japanese, es_SV, pt_BR, be, is_IS, cs_CZ, es, pl_PL, tr, ca_ES, sr_CS, ms_MY, hr, lt, es_ES, es_CO, bg_BG, sq, fr, ja, sr_BA, is, es_PY, de, es_EC, es_US, ar_SD, en, ro_RO, en_PH, ca, ar_TN, sr_ME_#Latn, es_GT, sl, ko_KR, el_CY, es_MX, ru_RU, es_HN, zh_HK, no_NO_NY, hu_HU, th_TH, ar_IQ, es_CL, fi, ar_MA, ga_IE, mk, tr_TR, et_EE, ar_QA, sr__#Latn, pt_PT, fr_LU, ar_OM, th, sq_AL, es_DO, es_CU, ar, ru, en_NZ, sr_RS, de_CH, es_UY, ms, el_GR, iw_IL, en_ZA, th_TH_TH_#u-nu-thai, hi, fr_FR, de_AT, nl, no_NO, en_AU, vi, nl_NL, fr_CA, lv_LV, de_LU, es_CR, ar_KW, sr, ar_LY, mt, it_CH, da, de_DE, ar_DZ, sk_SK, lt_LT, it_IT, en_IE, zh_SG, ro, en_CA, nl_BE, no, pl, zh_CN, ja_JP, de_GR, sr_RS_#Latn, iw, en_IN, ar_LB, es_NI, zh, mk_MK, be_BY, sl_SI, es_PE, in_ID, en_GB]

Reference: https://docs.oracle.com/javase/9/docs/api/java/text/DecimalFormatSymbols.html#getAvailableLocales–

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