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From "Hunsberger, Peter" <Peter.Hunsber...@stjude.org>
Subject RE: XMLForm & JSF
Date Tue, 08 Apr 2003 18:27:54 GMT
Bruno Dumon <bruno@outerthought.org> wrote: 

> > I've not had to do locale sensitive testing but I can see 
> several ways 
> > to do the basics: you can use the locale to select matchers out of 
> > embedded structures or alternatively I suppose, as a worst 
> case, you 
> > could allways code up a choose block using the "lang()" 
> function. For 
> > numbers there is also a worst case of specifying the decimal-format 
> > yourself in a choose block...
> 
> I think decimal-format only has an effect on format-number(), 
> not on number(). So here in Belgium, where we use "," as 
> decimal point, we would not be able to parse numbers 
> correctly (could be solved using XPath extension functions though).

Snip, yes I think you're correct. I guess you could use translate to convert
things to a canonical format and then check if the input matched the
formatted version of the canonical.  Slightly ugly (we'll really ugly if
you've got to swap "," and ".") but it would avoid extensions...


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