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STRINGFORMAT

strings

The STRINGFORMAT function format a String in the same ways as Java String.format does.

This fonction consumes an optional locale in ISO 639, a list of Objects to be used in the format string and a format string.

If no locale is specified, it defaults to the default JVM locale.

STRINGFORMAT is available since version 2.2.0.

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Examples

// tip: using multiline strings allow you to use % character unescaped <' The %s function can leftpad and trim doubles %015.2f. %1$s is cool because it can use the arguments at any index! '> [ 'STRINGFORMAT' 42.1337 ] STRINGFORMAT
// Create a random GTS NEWGTS 1 10 <% NOW SWAP s - // Tick RANDOM 10 * RANDOM 10 * // Lat Lon RANDOM 1000 * // Elev RANDOM // Value ADDVALUE %> FOR 'gts' STORE // Display it nicely as a table 0 $gts SIZE 1 - <% 'i' STORE '|%2520d|%257.3f|%257.3f|%254d|%25+10f|' $gts $i ATINDEX STRINGFORMAT %> FOR
'%25,.1f' [ 1234.5 ] 'en' STRINGFORMAT '%25,.1f' [ 1234.5 ] 'de' STRINGFORMAT '%25,.1f' [ 1234.5 ] 'fr' STRINGFORMAT