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   1 <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" ?>
   2 <!DOCTYPE ldml SYSTEM "../../common/dtd/ldml.dtd">
   3 <!-- Copyright © 1991-2019 Unicode, Inc.
   4 For terms of use, see http://www.unicode.org/copyright.html
   5 Unicode and the Unicode Logo are registered trademarks of Unicode, Inc. in the U.S. and other countries.
   6 CLDR data files are interpreted according to the LDML specification (http://unicode.org/reports/tr35/)
   7 -->
   8 <ldml>
   9         <!-- This is a special purpose locale so that a user can request the C or POSIX
  10                  style formatting. This does not include grouping separators in numbers, nor
  11                  unusual characters for infinity or NaN. Some people have known this to be the
  12                  invariant locale, which is different from the root locale.
  13                  This locale should not be modified to create some sort of custom collation to
  14                  represent a specific codepage. Many users complained when the C locale was
  15                  being used, and multi-level UCA collation was expected.
  16         -->
  17         <identity>
  18                 <version number="$Revision: 14770 $"/>
  19                 <language type="en"/>
  20                 <territory type="US"/>
  21                 <variant type="POSIX"/>
  22         </identity>
  23         <characters>
  24                 <exemplarCharacters type="numbers">[\- , . / % + 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9]</exemplarCharacters>
  25         </characters>
  26         <numbers>
  27                 <symbols numberSystem="latn">
  28                         <perMille>0/00</perMille>
  29                         <infinity>INF</infinity>
  30                 </symbols>
  31                 <decimalFormats numberSystem="latn">
  32                         <decimalFormatLength>
  33                                 <decimalFormat>
  34                                         <pattern>0.######</pattern>
  35                                 </decimalFormat>
  36                         </decimalFormatLength>
  37                 </decimalFormats>
  38                 <scientificFormats numberSystem="latn">


   1 <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" ?>
   2 <!DOCTYPE ldml SYSTEM "../../common/dtd/ldml.dtd">
   3 <!-- Copyright © 1991-2018 Unicode, Inc.
   4 For terms of use, see http://www.unicode.org/copyright.html
   5 Unicode and the Unicode Logo are registered trademarks of Unicode, Inc. in the U.S. and other countries.
   6 CLDR data files are interpreted according to the LDML specification (http://unicode.org/reports/tr35/)
   7 -->
   8 <ldml>
   9         <!-- This is a special purpose locale so that a user can request the C or POSIX
  10                  style formatting. This does not include grouping separators in numbers, nor
  11                  unusual characters for infinity or NaN. Some people have known this to be the
  12                  invariant locale, which is different from the root locale.
  13                  This locale should not be modified to create some sort of custom collation to
  14                  represent a specific codepage. Many users complained when the C locale was
  15                  being used, and multi-level UCA collation was expected.
  16         -->
  17         <identity>
  18                 <version number="$Revision: 13869 $"/>
  19                 <language type="en"/>
  20                 <territory type="US"/>
  21                 <variant type="POSIX"/>
  22         </identity>
  23         <characters>
  24                 <exemplarCharacters type="numbers">[\- , . / % + 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9]</exemplarCharacters>
  25         </characters>
  26         <numbers>
  27                 <symbols numberSystem="latn">
  28                         <perMille>0/00</perMille>
  29                         <infinity>INF</infinity>
  30                 </symbols>
  31                 <decimalFormats numberSystem="latn">
  32                         <decimalFormatLength>
  33                                 <decimalFormat>
  34                                         <pattern>0.######</pattern>
  35                                 </decimalFormat>
  36                         </decimalFormatLength>
  37                 </decimalFormats>
  38                 <scientificFormats numberSystem="latn">


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