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Re: Euro mess (Was: valid locales ---> was bilingual websites

From: <David_Possin@i2.com>
Date: Thu, 8 Nov 2001 12:03:14 -0600
To: "Tex Texin" <texin@progress.com>
Cc: cbrown@xnetinc.com, nelocsig@egroups.com, www-international@w3.org, www-international-request@w3.org
Message-ID: <OF24831A7E.A5D376A3-ON86256AFE.006217D8@i2.com>
True, not much to do with locales, just had to wave my flag once more to 
the ICU people .... 

David 




"Tex Texin" <texin@progress.com>
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11/08/01 12:23 AM

 
        To:     David_Possin@i2.com
        cc:     cbrown@xnetinc.com, www-international@w3.org, NE Localization SIG 
<nelocsig@egroups.com>
        Subject:        Re: Euro mess (Was: valid locales ---> was  bilingual websites


David,
>   6. Euro - The big problem is not the display, but how to use it. The
>      EC has strict requirements on how to do currency triangulation
>      with the euro. We discovered that rounding problems popped up
>      everywhere, especially when using euro precision for calculation
>      and had to display the value in a currency without decimals. It
>      would be a dream to have this in ICU.


I can agree this is an issue, but is it one of the issues with
"locales"?

tex
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