Writes numeric values with yen signs, commas, and decimal points.
Category: 
Numeric

Alignment: 
right

 w

specifies the width of the output field.
 d

specifies the number of digits to the right of the decimal
point in the numeric value.
Restriction: 
must be either 0 or 2. 
Tip: 
If d is 2,
then YENw.d writes
a decimal point and two decimal digits. If d
is 0, then YENw.d
does not write a decimal point or decimal digits. 
The YENw.d format writes numeric values with a leading yen sign and with
a comma that separates every three digits of each value.
The hexadecimal representation of the code for the yen sign character
is 5B on EBCDIC systems and 5C on ASCII systems. The monetary character these
codes represent might be different in other countries.
put cost yen10.2;
Cost 
Result 

+1

1254.71

¥1,254.71

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