From: Travis Griggs (TGriggs@key.net)
Date: Mon Feb 27 2006 - 19:28:11 CST
On Feb 23, 2006, at 9:39, Ram Viswanadha wrote:
> Hi Travis,
> 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
> please see:
So, if I understand correctly. A CLDR Locale defines at least one
numberFormat (decimal, scientific, whatever). It may choose to
actually define a family of formats (long, medium, etc). And in that
case, one *may* find a default indicating which is to be used. The
only case I find in the current main files is the bz_DT which adds a
longScientificFormat, and then indicates that this is to be the
default, rather than whatever is inherited as the default definition.
Have I interpreted this correctly?
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