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ICustomFormatter Note The ToString methods of the numeric types and date and time types are overloaded, and only some of the overloads include an IFormatProvider parameter.

If a method does not have a parameter of type IFormatProvider , the object that is returned by the CultureInfo. CurrentCulture property is passed instead. For example, a call to the default Int ToString method ultimately results in a method call such as the following: Int ToString "G", System.

NET provides three classes that implement IFormatProvider : DateTimeFormatInfo , a class that provides formatting information for date and time values for a specific culture. Its IFormatProvider. GetFormat implementation returns an instance of itself. NumberFormatInfo , a class that provides numeric formatting information for a specific culture.

GetFormat implementation can return either a NumberFormatInfo object to provide numeric formatting information or a DateTimeFormatInfo object to provide formatting information for date and time values. You can also implement your own format provider to replace any one of these classes. Culture-sensitive formatting of numeric values By default, the formatting of numeric values is culture-sensitive. If you do not specify a culture when you call a formatting method, the formatting conventions of the current thread culture are used.

This is illustrated in the following example, which changes the current thread culture four times and then calls the Decimal. ToString String method. In each case, the result string reflects the formatting conventions of the current culture. Globalization; using System. CreateSpecificCulture cultureName ; Console. Name ; Console. WriteLine value. ToString "C2" ; Console. Globalization Imports System. CreateSpecificCulture cultureName Console. Name Console. ToString "C2" Console. Its CultureInfo.

GetFormat method returns the value of the CultureInfo. NumberFormat property, which is the NumberFormatInfo object that provides culture-specific formatting information for numeric values. A NumberFormatInfo object that defines the culture-specific formatting conventions to be used. Its GetFormat method returns an instance of itself.

The following example uses NumberFormatInfo objects that represent the English United States and English Great Britain cultures and the French and Russian neutral cultures to format a floating-point number. CreateSpecificCulture name. NumberFormat; Console. NumberFormat Console. This is illustrated in the following example, which changes the current thread culture four times and then calls the DateTime.

This is because the DateTime. ToString , DateTime. ToString , and DateTimeOffset. ToString String methods wrap calls to the DateTime. WriteLine dateToFormat. ToString "F" ; Console. Mai Imports System. ToString "F" Console. Mai You can also format a date and time value for a specific culture by calling a DateTime.

ToString or DateTimeOffset. ToString overload that has a provider parameter and passing it either of the following: A CultureInfo object that represents the culture whose formatting conventions are to be used.

DateTimeFormat property, which is the DateTimeFormatInfo object that provides culture-specific formatting information for date and time values. A DateTimeFormatInfo object that defines the culture-specific formatting conventions to be used.

DateTimeFormat; Console. DateTimeFormat Console. This interface has a single member, IFormattable. ToString String, IFormatProvider , that includes both a format string and a format provider as parameters.

Implementing the IFormattable interface for your application-defined class offers two advantages: Support for string conversion by the Convert class. Calls to the Convert. ToString Object and Convert. Support for composite formatting. If a format item that includes a format string is used to format your custom type, the common language runtime automatically calls your IFormattable implementation and passes it the format string.

For more information about composite formatting with methods such as String. Format or Console. WriteLine , see the Composite Formatting section. The following example defines a Temperature class that implements the IFormattable interface. It supports the "C" or "G" format specifiers to display the temperature in Celsius, the "F" format specifier to display the temperature in Fahrenheit, and the "K" format specifier to display the temperature in Kelvin.

Round decimal this. Round CDec Me. If String. Case "F" Return Me. Case "K" Return Me. Case "C", "G" Return Me. It then calls the ToString method and uses several composite format strings to obtain different string representations of a Temperature object. Each of these method calls, in turn, calls the IFormattable implementation of the Temperature class.

WriteLine Convert. WriteLine String. Format and StringBuilder. AppendFormat , support composite formatting. A composite format string is a kind of template that returns a single string that incorporates the string representation of zero, one, or more objects. Each object is represented in the composite format string by an indexed format item. Indexes are zero-based. For example, in the following call to the String. Value ; Console. Value Console. In addition to replacing a format item with the string representation of its corresponding object, format items also let you control the following: The specific way in which an object is represented as a string, if the object implements the IFormattable interface and supports format strings.

The previous example did this by formatting a date value with the "d" short date pattern format string e. The string is right-aligned in the field if the field width is a positive value, and it is left-aligned if the field width is a negative value.

The following example left-aligns date values in a character field, and it right-aligns decimal values with one fractional digit in an character field. Length - 1 Console. For more information about composite formatting, see Composite Formatting.

The GetFormat method is then responsible for returning the ICustomFormatter implementation that provides custom formatting. The ICustomFormatter interface has a single method, Format String, Object, IFormatProvider , that is called automatically by a composite formatting method, once for each format item in a composite format string. The Format String, Object, IFormatProvider method has three parameters: a format string, which represents the formatString argument in a format item, an object to format, and an IFormatProvider object that provides formatting services.

Typically, the class that implements ICustomFormatter also implements IFormatProvider , so this last parameter is a reference to the custom formatting class itself. The method returns a custom formatted string representation of the object to be formatted. If the method cannot format the object, it should return a null reference Nothing in Visual Basic. The following example provides an ICustomFormatter implementation named ByteByByteFormatter that displays integer values as a sequence of two-digit hexadecimal values followed by a space.

Format If Not formatProvider. If Not fmt. Note that the ICustomFormatter. Format method is called more than once in the second String. Format method does not recognize the "N0" format string and returns a null reference Nothing in Visual Basic.

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