Date: Thu May 15 2003 - 01:37:13 EDT
> Has anyone ever heard of a situation where the decimal separator in a
> number is more than one character? Usually it's a single character such
> as "." or ",", but we're wondering if there are any situations where
> more than one character is used.
Define "one character" :-) I know that at least in some Linux locales the Farsi
locale has a decimal separator that is more than one _byte_ since that is how it
encodes in UTF-8.
> Deborah Goldsmith
> Manager, Fonts / Unicode Liaison
> Apple Computer, Inc.
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