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Hi,

In java we have decimal format by which we can represent any number. The format is like that '###.###' but in oracle the format is represented like '999.999'. Is there any java API which will convert the java format to Oracle format.

Another option that I have to replace the # with the 9 and return that. Please suggest if we have any API for that conversion.

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I think you would need to write it yourself. If the only difference is changing # to 9, at least it is a one liner.
 
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