From: Mark Davis (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Mar 21 2006 - 16:43:33 CST
AFA Afghani (1927-2002) is the name of the currency, eg "afghani" in French.
AFA/symbol Afghani (1927-2002) (symbol) is the currency symbol. If there
isn't one, the ISO 4217 code is used (AFA). For example, for EUR/symbol
you will see "€".
Keutgen, Walter wrote:
> Dear Unicoders,
> can somebody explain the difference in the CLDR 1.4 survey tool between:
> AFA Afghani (1927-2002)
> What is expected from the localizers in each case?
> Thank you in advance
> *Walter Keutgen*
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