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23 
24 /**
25  * @test
26  * @bug 4068067
27  * @library /java/text/testlib
28  * @summary test NumberFormat with exponential separator symbols. It also tests the new
29  *          public methods in DecimalFormatSymbols, setExponentSeparator() and
30  *          getExponentSeparator()
31  */
32 
33 import java.util.*;
34 import java.text.*;
35 
36 public class DFSExponential extends IntlTest
37 {
38 
39     public static void main(String[] args) throws Exception {
40         new DFSExponential().run(args);
41     }
42 
43 
44    public void DFSExponenTest() throws Exception {
45         DecimalFormatSymbols sym = new DecimalFormatSymbols(Locale.US);
46         String pat[] = { "0.####E0", "00.000E00", "##0.####E000", "0.###E0;[0.###E0]"  };
47         double val[] = { 0.01234, 123456789, 1.23e300, -3.141592653e-271 };
48         long lval[] = { 0, -1, 1, 123456789 };
49         String valFormat[][] = {
50                 {"1.234x10^-2", "1.2346x10^8", "1.23x10^300", "-3.1416x10^-271"},
51                 {"12.340x10^-03", "12.346x10^07", "12.300x10^299", "-31.416x10^-272"},
52                 {"12.34x10^-003", "123.4568x10^006", "1.23x10^300", "-314.1593x10^-273"},
53                 {"1.234x10^-2", "1.235x10^8", "1.23x10^300", "[3.142x10^-271]"},
54         };
55 
56 
57         int ival = 0, ilval = 0;
58         logln("Default exponent separator: "+sym.getExponentSeparator());
59         try {
60             sym.setExponentSeparator("x10^");
61         } catch (NullPointerException e){
62             errln("null String was passed to set an exponent separator symbol");
63             throw new RuntimeException("Test Malfunction: null String was passed to set an exponent separator symbol" );
64         }
65         logln("Current exponent separator: "+sym.getExponentSeparator());
66 
67         for (int p=0; p<pat.length; ++p){
68             DecimalFormat fmt = new DecimalFormat(pat[p], sym);
69             logln("     Pattern: " + fmt.toPattern());
70             String locPattern = fmt.toLocalizedPattern();
71             logln("     Localized pattern: "+locPattern);
72             //fmt.applyLocalizedPattern(locPattern);
73             //System.out.println("      fmt.applyLocalizedPattern(): "+fmt.toLocalizedPattern());
74 
75             for (int v=0; v<val.length; ++v) {
76                 String s = fmt.format(val[v]);
77                 logln("         " + val[v]+" --> "+s);
78                 if(valFormat[p][v].equals(s)){
79                     logln(": Passed");
80                 }else{
81                    errln(" Failed: Should be formatted as "+valFormat[p][v]+ "but got "+s);
82                    throw new RuntimeException(" Failed: Should be formatted as "+valFormat[p][v]+ "but got "+s);
83                 }
84            }
85          } //end of the first for loop
86    }
87 }