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Java example source code file (CurrencyUnitDataProvider.java)

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The CurrencyUnitDataProvider.java Java example source code

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package org.joda.money;

import java.util.List;

 * Provider for available currencies.
public abstract class CurrencyUnitDataProvider {

     * Registers all the currencies known by this provider.
     * @throws Exception if an error occurs
    protected abstract void registerCurrencies() throws Exception;

     * Registers a currency allowing it to be used.
     * <p>
     * This method is called by {@link #registerCurrencies()} to perform the
     * actual creation of a currency.
     * @param currencyCode  the currency code, not null
     * @param numericCurrencyCode  the numeric currency code, -1 if none
     * @param decimalPlaces  the number of decimal places that the currency
     *  normally has, from 0 to 3, or -1 for a pseudo-currency
     * @param countryCodes  the country codes to register the currency under, not null
    protected final void registerCurrency(String currencyCode, int numericCurrencyCode, int decimalPlaces, List<String> countryCodes) {
        CurrencyUnit.registerCurrency(currencyCode, numericCurrencyCode, decimalPlaces, countryCodes, true);


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