From: Travis Griggs (TGriggs@key.net)
Date: Thu Feb 16 2006 - 14:39:31 CST
I hope this is an OK to ask questions about CLDR. It's pages led me
I'm trying to grok the way the numberFormatLength tags work. On the
LDML page, it always shows the example with a type attribute. But in
practice, most of the entries found in the core xml files specify no
So given something like
which is it? the long, the medium, or what?
I thought that the type would always be set, and then if found, the
<default> tag would specify which of long, medium, etc, was the
default to use if not specified. But I see no <default> used in a
number format throughout any of the files, though the LDML examples
Thanks in advance for shedding any light possible on this.
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