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Is there an simple way of printing this

Is there an simple way of printing this

I've got a version number out of a package. It is given in the form 12345678. This is supposed to represent version of the package. I'm just wondering whether there is a simple way of printing this in Java. So far the only thing I can come up with is


ver = 12345678;
v4 = ver % 100;
ver /= 100;
v3 = ver  % 100;
ver /= 100;
v2 = ver % 100;
v1 = ver / 100;
System.out.printf ("%d.%d.%d.%d\n", v1, v2, v3, v4); 

RE: Is there an simple way of printing this

Try this:


int i = 12345678;
DecimalFormat formattter = new DecimalFormat("##,##,##,##");
System.out.println (formatter.format (i)); 


RE: Is there an simple way of printing this

That's brilliant.

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