Given a double-precision number, , denoting an amount of money, use the NumberFormat class' getCurrencyInstance method to convert into the US, Indian, Chinese, and French currency formats. Then print the formatted values as follows:
US: formattedPayment India: formattedPayment China: formattedPayment France: formattedPayment
where is formatted according to the appropriate Locale's currency.
Note: India does not have a built-in Locale, so you must construct one where the language is
en (i.e., English).
A single double-precision number denoting .
On the first line, print
US: u where is formatted for US currency.
On the second line, print
India: i where is formatted for Indian currency.
On the third line, print
China: c where is formatted for Chinese currency.
On the fourth line, print
France: f, where is formatted for French currency.
US: $12,324.13 India: Rs.12,324.13 China: ￥12,324.13 France: 12 324,13 €
Each line contains the value of formatted according to the four countries' respective currencies.