• Working with Numbers
    • ➟ Boxing and Unboxing
final Stack<Integer> values = new Stack<>();

values.push(3);
values.push(1);
values.push(10);

while (!values.empty()) {
  final int i = values.pop();
  System.out.println(i);
}
10
1
3
final Stack<Integer> values =
  new Stack<>();

values.push(3);
values.push(1);
values.push(10);

while (!values.empty()) {
  System.out.println(values.pop().
     getClass().getTypeName());
}
java.lang.Integer
java.lang.Integer
java.lang.Integer
int iPrimitive  = 7;

Integer iInteger = 
  iPrimitive;

int iPrimitiveFromInteger = 
  iInteger;
int iPrimitive  = 7;

Integer iInteger = 
  Integer.valueOf(iPrimitive);

int iPrimitiveFromInteger = 
  iInteger.intValue();
final Stack<Integer> values
 = new Stack<>();

values.push(Integer.valueOf(3));
values.push(Integer.valueOf(1));
values.push(Integer.valueOf(10));

while (!values.empty()) {
  System.out.println(values.pop().
     intValue());
}
final Stack<Integer> values =
  new Stack<>();

values.push(3);
values.push(1);
values.push(10);

while (!values.empty()) {
  System.out.println(values.pop());
}
Auto boxing int to Double?
  • Working with Numbers
    • ➟ Number Parsing
String userInput = "dummyValue";
try (final Scanner scanner =
  new Scanner(System.in)){
  System.out.print("Enter an integer:");
  userInput = scanner.nextLine();
  final int value = Integer.parseInt(userInput);
  System.out.println("You entered " + value);
} catch (final NumberFormatException e) {
  System.out.println("Sorry, but '" +
    userInput + "' is not an integer.");
}
Enter an integer:-34
You entered -34
Enter an integer:five
Sorry, but 'five' is
not an integer.
Why using String userInput = "dummyValue"?
final int value =
   Integer.parseInt("1101", 2);
System.out.println("Value: " + value);
Value: 13
final int value =
  Integer.parseInt("201", 2);
System.out.println("Value: " + value)
Exception in thread "main"
 java.lang.NumberFormatException:
 For input string: "201"
...
  at de.hdm_stuttgart.sd1...
  1. Parsing short values
  2. Parsing short values in hexadecimal representation
  • Working with Numbers
    • ➟ Number Formatting

A Locale object represents a specific geographical, political, or cultural region.

An operation that requires a Locale to perform its task is called locale-sensitive and uses the Locale to tailor information for the user.

For example, displaying a number is a locale-sensitive operation: Numbers should be formatted according to the customs and conventions of the user's native country, region, or culture.

  • Language

  • Encoding

  • Country

  • Extensible

final NumberFormat standard = new DecimalFormat();
System.out.println(standard.format(1234.5678));

final NumberFormat de =
    DecimalFormat.getInstance(Locale.GERMANY);
System.out.println(de.format(1234.5678));
1234.5678
1.234,568
final DecimalFormatSymbols unusualSymbols =
  new DecimalFormatSymbols(Locale.getDefault());
unusualSymbols.setDecimalSeparator('|');
unusualSymbols.setGroupingSeparator('^');

final String strange = "#,##0.###";
final DecimalFormat weirdFormatter = new DecimalFormat(strange, unusualSymbols);
weirdFormatter.setGroupingSize(4);

System.out.println(weirdFormatter.format(12345.678));
1^2345|678
  1. Locale definitions
  2. Formatting int, double and LocaleDate
final NumberFormat de = NumberFormat.getInstance(Locale.GERMANY),
                       us = NumberFormat.getInstance(Locale.US);
try {
  final Number[] values = {
    de.parse("103.234"), de.parse("400.000,234"),
    us.parse("103.234"), us.parse("400.000,234"),};
  for (final Number n: values) {
    System.out.println(n + "(" + n.getClass().getTypeName() + ")");
  } catch (ParseException e) { ... }
103234(java.lang.Long)
400000.234(java.lang.Double)
103.234(java.lang.Double)
400(java.lang.Long)
  • Working with Numbers
    • ➟ Working with Money
final float result = 0.99f - 0.1f -0.1f -0.1f;
System.out.println(result);
0.68999994
final double result = 0.99 - 0.1 -0.1 -0.1;
System.out.println(result);
0.6900000000000001
final BigDecimal zero_dot_99 = new BigDecimal("0.99");
final BigDecimal zero_dot_1 = new BigDecimal("0.1");

BigDecimal result = zero_dot_99.
  subtract(zero_dot_1).
  subtract(zero_dot_1).
  subtract(zero_dot_1);

System.out.println(result);
0.69
  • Higher memory allocation hosting higher precision.

  • Immutable instances

  • Calculation performance penalty.

  • Clumsy interface.

  • Working with Numbers
    • ➟ Generating Random Numbers
for (int i = 0; i < 10; i++) {
  System.out.println(Math.random());
}
0.4754286988826202
0.0060114391743414375
...
0.9047785351372987
0.2516070321935864
try(final Scanner scanner = new Scanner(System.in)) {
  System.out.print("Enter an integer seed:");
  final long seed = scanner.nextLong();

  Random generator = new Random(seed);
  for (int i = 0; i < 10; i++) {
    System.out.print(generator.nextBoolean() + " ");
  }
}
Enter an integer seed:4237549835735
false true true true false false false true false true