Javas DecimalFormat: how to reject "invalid" input with grouped decimals?

When using the following NumberFormat: NumberFormat amountFormat = NumberFormat .getNumberInstance(I18N.getThreadLocale()); amountFormat.setMaximumFractionDigits(2); amountFormat.setMinimumFractionDigits(2); I get the following results when parsing via System.out.println(amountFormat.parse(value)); * 10,50 => 1050 * 10,5 => 105 * 0,25 => 25 I know that in Locale.ENGLISH the "," is the group separator. But I don't think that the above results make sense. And our customers get weird about this formatting. How can I disable this grouping? I would like to have the following results: * 10,50 => ParseException * 10,5 => ParseException * 0,25 => ParseException Is there a standard way to do this? Or do I have to program my own NumberFormat?
Why not just search for the comma before passing it to the parse value? If you want to get a Format Exception you could replace the comma with another invalid character.

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