DecimalStyle withZeroDigit() method in Java with Example

The withZeroDigit() method of java.time.format.DecimalStyle class in Java is used to set the character that is used to represent zero for the Locale of this DecimalStyle. This method takes the character as the parameter and returns the DecimalStyle instance with the updated negative sign character.


public void withZeroDigit(char zeroDigit)

Parameter: This method accepts zeroDigit as a parameter which is the character that will be used to represent zero for this DecimalStyle.

Return Value: This method returns the DecimalStyle instance with the updated negative sign character.

Exception: This method do not throw any Exception.






// Java program to demonstrate
// the above method
import java.time.format.*;
import java.util.*;
public class DecimalStyleDemo {
    public static void main(String[] args)
        DecimalStyle ds
            = DecimalStyle.STANDARD;
        System.out.println("Current Character"
                           + " used for zero: "
                           + ds.getZeroDigit());
        char zeroDigit = '*';
        ds = ds.withZeroDigit(zeroDigit);
        System.out.println("Updated Character "
                           + "used for zero: "
                           + ds.getZeroDigit());



Current Character used for zero: 0
Updated Character used for zero: *


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