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[Bug 10387] [FO11]: format-integer format token to disallow digits besides 0 or 1

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--- Comment #4 from Michael Kay <mike@saxonica.com>  2010-08-18 07:54:25 ---
I was only using three digits as an example. You can use "000" if you want at
least three digits, "000000" if you want at least 6, and so on.

I'll have another read of the text to see if it can be clarified. It was
extracted almost verbatim from the specification of xsl:number in the XSLT
specification - perhaps moving the text has lost some of the context and more
introductory explanation is needed.

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