Re: controlling digits substitution in IE/FF (Arabic/Hindi/Decimal)

Jonathan Rosenne wrote:
> In Arabic, the traditional digits are called Hindi, and the modern western
> style digits are the Arabic digits.
They are, however, very different from the numerals that are actually 
used for Hindi.  Also, I think, in Hindi, numbers are written most 
significant digit first.

Incidentally, a more academic way of describing place value and zero 
systems in English is "Hindu-Arabic".

David Woolley
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Received on Tuesday, 2 June 2009 07:47:54 UTC