Summary: Thousands grouping syntax in writef?
--- Comment #0 from bearophile_h...@eml.cc 2011-11-09 20:11:23 PST ---
Quotation from: http://linux.die.net/man/3/printf
> For some numeric conversions a radix character ("decimal point") or thousands'
> grouping character is used. The actual character used depends on the
> part of the locale. The POSIX locale uses '.' as radix character, and does not
> have a grouping character. Thus,
> printf("%'.2f", 1234567.89);
> results in "1234567.89" in the POSIX locale, in "1234567,89" in the nl_NL
> locale, and in "1.234.567,89" in the da_DK locale.
Maybe it's good to support this syntax in writef/writefln too. But I don't know
if using the locale is a good idea here.
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