Actually, I erred. It's Switzerland that prefers this formula (see the
ITS and DES locales on Windows or in Java--although Java uses three digits
for grouping and it should be four).
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On Wed, 2 Aug 2000 email@example.com wrote:
> > I'm curious about the number spacing, though - did you invent that
> > yourself, or does it have a context? I've never seen nuumbers written like
> > that before.
> Italian uses this format. (Look at the ITA locale on Windows, for
> It's a good example of why not to make assumptions about number formats in
> your code.
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