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I'm using Custom Labels on a Visualforce page but those needs to contain a variable inside them, I'm used to it like this in Lightning:

{!format($Label.c.myLabel, v.attribute1, v.attribute2)}

Where $Label.c.myLabel has a placeholder as this: {0}, {1}.

I can't find the proper way to do it as this in a VF page.

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  • How do you want to display the info ? {0},{1} to 0,1 ? – MIX DML Jan 11 '17 at 10:07
  • I would like to display variable that I pass to it in place of the {0} and {1} – Nordine Hammache Jan 11 '17 at 10:12
  • You want to display info like. If {0} then display "A", if placeholder {1} then Display "B" ? – MIX DML Jan 11 '17 at 10:24
  • No, I want to use it like I do in lightning so if my label is like "The total price is {0}" and my attribute is equal to 500 it displays to "The total price is 500" – Nordine Hammache Jan 11 '17 at 10:57
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I am using the following way in a VF page:

<apex:outputText value="{! $Label.myLabel}">
    <apex:param value="MyParameter"/>
</apex:outputText>
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There is a way to do that in apex controller using

String label = System.Label.myLabel;

List argList = new List();

argList.add(arg1);

argList.add(arg2);

String formatedString = String.format(label,argList);

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