Confusion about Significant Digits patterns
greenmr at gmail.com
Fri Feb 26 14:11:18 CST 2016
The Unicode LDMR reference says this about Significant Digits patterns:
"Any number of '#' characters may be prepended to the left of the
leftmost '@' character. These have no effect on the minimum and
maximum significant digits counts, but may be used to position
grouping separators. For example, "#,#@#" indicates a minimum of one
significant digits, a maximum of two significant digits, and a
grouping size of three."
I'm not sure I understand this, but I read this example pattern to mean
that 1234 would be formatted as "1,200" Is this correct?
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