|CLDR Version 33β||Main Charts Index||2018-03-09|
These charts provide a side-by-side comparison of data from different locales for each field. For example, one can see all the locales that are left-to-right, or all the different translations of the Arabic script across languages. The following describes the format.
At the top of each page, an index shows the available data. Click on any of these to get to the related data:
|Core Data:||Alphabetic Information | Main Exemplars | Punctuation Exemplars | Index Exemplars | Numbering Systems|
|Locale Display Names:||Locale Name Patterns | Languages (A-D) | Languages (E-J) | Languages (K-N) | Languages (O-S) | Languages (T-Z) | Scripts | Geographic Regions | Territories (North America) | Territories (South America) | Territories (Africa) | Territories (Europe) | Territories (Asia) | Territories (Oceania) | Locale Variants | Keys|
|Date & Time:||Fields | Gregorian | Generic | Buddhist | Chinese | Coptic | Dangi | Ethiopic | Ethiopic-Amete-Alem | Hebrew | Indian | Islamic | Japanese | Persian | Minguo|
|Timezones:||Timezone Display Patterns | North America | South America | Africa | Europe | Russia | Western Asia | Central Asia | Eastern Asia | Southern Asia | Southeast Asia | Australasia | Antarctica | Oceania | Unknown Region | Overrides|
|Numbers:||Symbols | Minimal Pairs | Number Formatting Patterns | Compact Decimal Formatting|
|Currencies:||North America (C) | South America (C) | Northern/Western Europe | Southern/Eastern Europe | Northern Africa | Western Africa | Middle Africa | Eastern Africa | Southern Africa | Western Asia (C) | Central Asia (C) | Eastern Asia (C) | Southern Asia (C) | Southeast Asia (C) | Oceania (C) | Unknown Region (C)|
|Units:||Measurement Systems | Duration | Length | Area | Volume | Speed and Acceleration | Mass and Weight | Energy and Power | Electrical and Frequency | Weather | Digital | Coordinates | Other Units | Compound Units|
|Characters:||Category | Smileys | People | Animals & Nature | Food & Drink | Travel & Places | Activities | Objects | Symbols2 | Flags | Component | Typography|
|Miscellaneous:||Displaying Lists | Linguistic Elements|
The remainder of each page provides the values in the different locales, such as the following:
currency-currencyFormatLength (English: ¤#,##0.00) #,##0.00 ¤ ·am· ·bg_BG· ·ca_ES· ·cs_CZ· ·da· ·de_BE· ·de_DE· ·de_LU· ·en_BE· ·es_ES· ·et_EE· ·eu_ES· ·fi_FI· ·fr· ·fur· ·gl_ES· ·he_IL· ·hu· ·hu_HU· ·is_IS· ·lt_LT· ·lv_LV· ·nb_NO· ·nl_BE· ·nn_NO· ·pl_PL· ·ps_AF· ·pt_PT· ·ro_RO· ·ru_UA· ·sk_SK· ·sl_SI· ·sv· ·sw_TZ· ·tr· ·uk_UA· ·uz_Arab· ·vi· #,##0.00 ¤ ·fi· ·se· #,##0.00 ¤;-¤ #,##0.00 ·kk_KZ· #,##0.00 ¤;''-#,##0.00'' ¤ ·fa· ...
This example shows that the currency pattern is represented by "#,##0.00 ¤" in the locales ·am· ·bg_BG· ·ca_ES· ·cs_CZ· ·da· ·de_BE·...; represented by "#,##0.00 ¤" in the locales ·fi· ·se·; and so on. At the top, the English value ("¤#,##0.00") is included for comparison. Hovering the mouse over the non-Latin value may show a transliteration, such as Англо-американская.
Each locale identifier is bounded by a middle dot ("·"). This can be used in searching on the page: for example, to search for any locale starting with "bg" by searching for ·bg, or for any locale ending with "PT" by searching for _PT·. The middle dot is used to avoid spurious matches with actual data. Data that is unconfirmed or provisional is marked by a red-italic locale identifier, such as ·bn_BD·.
The exemplar charts are extracts from "Alphabetic Information", formatted to present in grids.