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[Bug 29616] [QT3] format-date-044

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Date: Tue, 10 May 2016 13:47:45 +0000
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Abel Braaksma <abel.braaksma@xs4all.nl> changed:

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--- Comment #4 from Abel Braaksma <abel.braaksma@xs4all.nl> ---
(In reply to Benito van der Zander from comment #3)
> It is also not clear what happens to fractions with such a format
> 
> format-time(xs:time("12:22:33.123456"), "[f#.0,2]")
> 
> The fraction truncation should probably be consistent with the year
> truncation
In Bug 29555, comment 3, the proposal is (and I think it was accepted) that the
first presentation modifier *must* follow the pattern "\d+#*". Your pattern is
therefore not allowed (the "." should not appear there and the "0" cannot
follow the "#").

The proper way to express a min width of 2 would be:

format-time(xs:time("12:22:33.123456"), "[f0#,2]")

or:

format-time(xs:time("12:22:33.123456"), "[f0,2]")

or:

format-time(xs:time("12:22:33.123456"), "[f00]")

Note that the first two expressions above have a max width of infinity
according to that same comment. To force a max of two digits, one has to write:

format-time(xs:time("12:22:33.123456"), "[f0#,2-2]")

or:

format-time(xs:time("12:22:33.123456"), "[f0,2-2]")

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