Instance Property

zeroSymbol

The string used to represent a zero value.

Declaration

var zeroSymbol: String? { get set }

Discussion

If not specified, zero values are formatted normally.

You might, for example, set this property to " - " in a spreadsheet used for accounting.

See Also

Configuring Numeric Symbols

var percentSymbol: String!

The string used to represent a percent symbol.

var perMillSymbol: String!

The string used to represent a per-mill (per-thousand) symbol.

var minusSign: String!

The string used to represent a minus sign.

var plusSign: String!

The string used to represent a plus sign.

var exponentSymbol: String!

The string used to represent an exponent symbol.

var nilSymbol: String

The string used to represent a nil value.

var notANumberSymbol: String!

The string used to represent a NaN (“not a number”) value.

var negativeInfinitySymbol: String

The string used to represent a negative infinity symbol.

var positiveInfinitySymbol: String

The string used to represent a positive infinity symbol.