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How to specify the format in toString units

Skypatcher 3 years ago updated by Jöran Malek 3 years ago 3

Hi, I have trouble setting formats in int.toString and float.toString units.

The Graph Inspector indicates there are more info in Remarks, but I couldn't find any remarks. There is no mention of it in Unit Reference either.  By experiment, it seems I don't need to enclose the format inside the braces "{" "}" for simple formatting. 

I tried a few variations, but still can't format an integer right-justified into a 3-column width, which normally is done using {0,3:D}. Any suggestion?

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Satisfaction mark by Skypatcher 3 years ago
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@Lazlo @AliveDevil The string format demonstrated in scriping-api is cool! Thanks for showing the example, It will be useful for me and others later.

For my particular problem, I had decided to use string.Format unit to format an integer right-justified into a 3-column width. I just use {0,3:D}.  It is not ideal because I need to use 2 units (the string.Format and the string literal).  This question can be closed now.

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Think I'll add this support to my extensions library aswell.