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[Bug 28550] [FO31] format-number: "positive" and "negative"

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Date: Thu, 23 Apr 2015 15:24:35 +0000
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--- Comment #1 from Michael Kay <mike@saxonica.com> ---
I propose the following changes:

4.7.3 bullet 1 says "If the picture-string contains two sub-pictures, the first
is used for positive *and unsigned zero* values, and the second for negative

4.7.4 para 2 says: "If there are two sub-pictures, then these rules are applied
to one sub-picture to obtain the values that apply to positive *and unsigned
zero* numbers, and to the other to obtain the values that apply to negative
numbers. "

4.7.5 rule 2 says: "In the rules below, the positive sub-picture and its
associated variables are used if the input number is positive, and the negative
sub-picture and its associated variables are used *if it is negative. For
xs:double and xs:float, the negative sub-picture is used for negative zero, the
positive sub-picture for positive zero. For xs:decimal and xs:integer, the
positive sub-picture is used for zero.*"

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