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if attr[:1] == '_': raise AttributeError(attr) return getattr(obj, attr) def safe_format(_string, *args, **kwargs): formatter = SafeFormatter() kwargs = MagicFormatMapping(args, kwargs) return formatter.vformat(_string, args, kwargs) Now you can use the safe_format method Reply Clay Chang: blog says: June 2, 2006 at 1:27 pm Glad to find that I am not the only one who wants a good reference on .NET string formatting.http://blogs.msdn.com/kathykam/archive/2006/03/29/564426.aspx-cla… Reply jen78901 over 2 years ago I am having the same issue but i have the space and its saying i do not have the right format, and advice on what to Reply chrisslatt says: June 1, 2006 at 10:58 am I always fall back on this post as a reference: http://blog.stevex.net/index.php/string-formatting-in-csharp/ Short, sweet and to the point.

More info: imprint. Reply KathyKam says: October 5, 2006 at 3:21 pm Hi Ericson Mar, Using .NET framework 2.0 Console.WriteLine("{0:#0.00}", 1); writes "1.00" for me. For instance on 2.x you will also need # to disallow func_globals, on 3.x you will also need to hide # things like cr_frame and others. Custom Numeric format specifier is available here. (e.g. 0. #…etc.) Custom formatting is kinda hard to understand. https://books.google.com/books?id=r_0YCwAAQBAJ&pg=PT581&lpg=PT581&dq=Help+with+Format().+I+Think&source=bl&ots=UxkHJCmIpw&sig=AK-Z6SIjmRZY7V7vKjw7VSAu1wY&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwj0p4_TmtnRAhWH24MKHVw5DPAQ6AEIHDAA

Tip me via gittip. However the bigger feature is that you can access attributes and items of objects. Reply KathyKam says: July 18, 2006 at 8:10 pm Thank you so much for the great positive feedback! Reply Hal says: December 3, 2007 at 10:38 pm this is great, solve my problem Reply Brian says: December 13, 2007 at 9:27 pm Thanks - ever thought of re-writing the

Thank you for any help com/example/BlogPost.java package com.example; import java.util.Date; public class BlogPost { private String mAuthor; private String mTitle; private String mBody; private String mCategory; private Date mCreationDate; public BlogPost(String Here is another link which has date formats also included. You should copy this almost "as is" into the MSDN and leave what's there for "additional info". And if it is of type BlofPost then cast it to BlogPost, then call the getTitle() method on it and return it.

user exposed configuration. Since this is only the "101" post, I'll move on to the next argument in the format string. I agree that its extremely difficult to search on MSDN. https://teamtreehouse.com/community/hello-there-i-think-im-typing-in-the-date-format-incorrectly thank you!

His day job is with the Institute of Technology, Carlow in Ireland where he has spent over a decade preparing Ireland's next generation of computing folk to be productive in the Here is an example from a hypothetical web application setup that would leak the secret key: CONFIG = { 'SECRET_KEY': 'super secret key' } class Event(object): def __init__(self, id, level, message): Reply Brett says: May 2, 2006 at 10:12 pm I agree with the above-very good post. Reply Mauricio Sougarret says: July 21, 2008 at 5:00 pm Excellent!!!!, Very informative… Why they don´t use something similar to your explanation on MSDN is a mystery to me!!!

With that search engine, I found this web page. I was looking for a simple problem like "How do I add leading zeros to a String representing a Number so that it has a fixed length (e.g. 04 and 10)?" Simple and clean. C, G…etc.)Datetime format specifier is available here.

You can change your choice of features after installation by using the Add/Remove Programs utility in the Control Panel Feature Description J2SE Development Kit 5.0, including private JRE 5.0.‎Aparece en 11 Console.WriteLine("{0:#,##0.00}", 1); writes "1.00" for me as well. Reply Salai says: July 21, 2006 at 2:03 pm I need help on how do we format in a text box like putting commas to represent the currencyvalue example amount = ps you know your post rocks because 2 years later people are still commenting on it!

With that search engine, I found this web page. When I look in java or c++ println or printf manual pages, the link to the sprintf formatting characters and rules are part of the page. Reply kjetil says: June 2, 2006 at 7:08 am Very helpful. Reply Lew Grant says: June 25, 2007 at 11:01 am Thanks, this was very helpful, why can't MSDN include articles as good as this?

Where does it Happen? It might be useful to include a translation from familiar (to us old fogeys) printf-style format strings to the .NET style. Reply km_rau says: June 12, 2006 at 10:33 am I wish i had found this two or three hours before.

Reply Dermanyon says: August 27, 2008 at 8:23 am Thank you very much.

Reply Outta My Mind... Every time I need to look up String.Format on MSDN, I waste about 15 minutes trying to find and figure out what I need. I'm pretty sure I'm stuck on this exercise because Im not formatting the date format correctly, I thought just using Date() would enter the current date but maybe not? Neither could I find the formatting rules to output an array.

http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/1ksz8yb7.aspx Reply David says: September 12, 2006 at 12:18 am Very handy post with great explanations and examples. Server version...‎Aparece en 85 libros entre 1994 y 2008Página 740 - DIP states that high-level modules should not depend upon low-level modules. What exactly does that do?" -- Very Confused String Formatter The above format can be translated into this: "{[,][:]}" argument index: This represent which argument goes into the string. Brett Reply Matt says: May 9, 2006 at 2:53 pm I agree, this has been very helpful! Good job!

Contact me via mail, twitter, github or bitbucket. One of the features of it is that you can address both positional and keyword arguments to the string formatting and you can explicitly reorder items at all times. Unfortunately, I had to go through several others before finding yours! String.Format("first = {0};second = {1}", "apple", "orange"); String.Format("first = {1};second = {0}", "apple", "orange"); gives the following strings: "first = apple;second =

I'm also working closely with our doc team to get some of the stuff I publish here (or some of the stuff the team publish at BCLWeblog)updated on MSDN as well. Your printed date and time do not seem to be in the right format: mm/dd/yyyy hh:mm:ss I tried rewriting my format but it still says that its the same thing! I am trying to show up the string in the InstalledCultureUi , but I dont see the string that way,. String.Format("{0:4}", pos));//"4″ String.Format("{0:4}", neg));//"-4″ In summary, there are four types of behaviour when using this specifier: Leading Zeros: D, X Trailing Zeros: C, E, F, N, P Nothing: G Invalid:

What exactly does that do?" -- Very Confused Reply Ericson Mar says: October 5, 2006 at 3:01 pm BUG… “{0:#0.00}” supposed to yeild 2 decimal places always right? But I asked myself, if I wanted to do percentage, or currency, how would I do those? It would have saved a good piece of time. Our mission is to bring affordable, technology education to people everywhere, in order to help them achieve their dreams and change the world.

it helped me get out of troubles 🙂 thx Reply Kimi Rakkionen says: March 29, 2007 at 9:40 am Pls help me in Beginners level Reply Miek says: April 2, 2007 Here I got the info I need with the exsamples it need. Head First Python is a complete learning experience for Python that helps you learn the language through a unique method that goes beyond syntax and how-to manuals, helping you understand how Sign in Email Address Password I forgot my password Sign in Mi cuentaBúsquedaMapsYouTubePlayNoticiasGmailDriveCalendarGoogle+TraductorFotosMásShoppingDocumentosLibrosBloggerContactosHangoutsAún más de GoogleIniciar sesiónCampos ocultosLibrosbooks.google.es - Like a pianist who practices from a book of études, readers of