From: Ram Viswanadha (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Feb 23 2006 - 11:39:29 CST
the type attribute is only required if you have muliple format
patterns. Since CLDR only supports 1 format by default, we do not
include the type attribute or default element.
For an example of how type attribute is used in decimalFormat element
On 2/16/06, Travis Griggs <TGriggs@key.net> wrote:
> 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
> such attribute.
> 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
> show it.
> Thanks in advance for shedding any light possible on this.
> Travis Griggs
> What's next, Intel Processors branded with "Apple Outside" stickers?
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-- Best Regards, Ram Viswanadha ICU
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