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The required conversion in a format specifier is a character indicating how the argument should be formatted The set of valid conversions for a given argument depends on the argument s data type The different conversions can be grouped into categories depending on the data types they can be applied to These conversion categories are shown in Table 1215, together with information about each conversion An uppercase conversion converts any non-digit characters in the result to uppercase according to the default or a specific locale We will not always mention the uppercase conversion explicitly, but it is understood that any discussion about the lowercase conversion also applies to the uppercase conversion
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These general conversions may be applied to any argument type The width indicates the minimum number of characters to output The precision specifies the maximum number of characters to output, and takes precedence over the width, resulting in truncating the output if the precision is smaller than the width Padding is only done to fulfill the minimum requirement Only the - flag is applicable for left-justifying the output, requiring a positive width
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The 'd', 'o', and 'x' conversions format an argument in decimal, octal or hexadecimal formats, respectively These integral conversions may be applied to the integral types: byte, short, int, long, and to the corresponding object wrapper types Table 1216 shows which flags are allowed for the integral conversions The following flag combinations are not permitted: "+ " (sign/space) or "-0" (left-justified/ zero-padded) Both '- and '0' require a positive width
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The width indicates the minimum number of characters to output, including any characters because of the flag that are specified It is overridden if the argument actually requires a greater number of characters than the width For integral conversions, the precision is not applicable If a precision is provided, an exception will be thrown Some examples of using the integral conversions are shown below, together with the output:
outprintf("1|%d|%o|%x|%n", (byte) 63, 63, 63L); // 1|63|77|3f| outprintf("2|%d|%o|%x|%n", (byte) -63, -63, -63L); // 2|-63|37777777701|ffffffffffffffc1| outprintf("3|%+05d|%-+5d|%+d|%n", -63, 63, 63); // 3|-0063|+63 |+63| outprintf("4|% d|% d|%(d|%n", -63, 63, -63); // 4|-63| 63|(63)| outprintf("5|%-, 10d|%, 10d|%,(010d|%n", -654321, 654321, -654321); // 5|-654,321 | 654,321|(0654,321)| // outprintf("6|%+ d|%-0d|%n", 123, 123); // Illegal flag combinations! // outprintf("7|%+23d|%n", 123, 123); // Precision not permitted!