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Hi,
question about Bigdecimal.

BigDecimal payment = new BigDecimal("15.3");
s.toString();
I will get 15.3, bet i need to get 15.30. I know that i can use DecimalFormat class, but this is impossible, because i have to use toString method!!!
 
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Check out the printf() method and the NumberFormat classes in the API.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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