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How to filter output using the Java printf statement

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Is it possible to use a formatting (escape) sequence in the Java printf statement to remove specific characters from the string argument? For example, if I have a string like, "[0, 1]", is there a formatting string I can use to remove the left and right bracket characters ([])? Is there a "regular expression" for the Java printf statement that will filter out those characters?

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On 11/17/2019 at 4:42 AM, babyboomer said:

Is it possible to use a formatting (escape) sequence in the Java printf statement to remove specific characters from the string argument? For example, if I have a string like, "[0, 1]", is there a formatting string I can use to remove the left and right bracket characters ([])? Is there a "regular expression" for the Java printf statement that will filter out those characters?

Yes. It will helpful.

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