# Printf pad number with spaces

**number**of digits to appear for d, u, o, x, or X conversions: The

**number**of digits to appear after the decimal point for e, E, and f conversions: The maximum

**number**of significant digits for g and G conversions: The maximum

**number**of characters to be printed from a string in an s conversion: A character that indicates the type of conversion to be applied:.

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**printf**() method introduced in J2SE 5.0 can be used to format the numerical output to the console. The table below lists some of the format specifiers in Java.

**Pads numbers**with zeros, not

**spaces**<

**space**>

**Pad**a positive

**number**with a

**space**, where a minus (-) is for negative

**numbers**+ Prints all

**numbers**signed (+ for positive, -for negative) ' For decimal conversions, the thousands grouping separator is applied to the integer portion of the output according to the current LC_NUMERIC.

**numbers**x and y. Compute n = x * y. where n is the modulus of private and the public key. Calculate totient function, ø (n) = (x − 1) (y − 1) Choose an integer e such that e is coprime to ø (n) and 1 < e < ø (n). e is the public key exponent used for encryption.

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**printf**/sprintf output formatter for web developers and programmers. Just paste your text in the form below, enter format, press

**Printf**button, and

**printf**function get applied to every line of text. Press button, sprintf text. No ads, nonsense or garbage. Announcement: We just launched math. See this list of

**number**format elements for a full list. Oracle also has an LPAD() function that enables us to

**pad**a

**number**

**with**leading zeros (or any other character). See 2 Ways to Format a

**Number**

**with**Leading Zeros in Oracle for an example. PostgreSQL. PostgreSQL also has a TO_CHAR() function, and it works like Oracle's function of the.

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**pad**the

**number**printed with

**space**if the

**number**printed is less than 3 digits. Adding a flag 0 in front, %03d, will

**pad**the

**number**

**with**0s if the

**number**printed is less than 3 digits. Other flags include +, which tells

**printf**to print a sign (+ or -) for the

**number**.