decimal-format

The <xsl:decimal-format> element defines the characters and symbols that are to be used in converting numbers into strings using the format-number( ) function.

Syntax

<xsl:decimal-format
	name=NAME
	decimal-separator=CHARACTER
	grouping-separator=CHARACTER
	infinity=STRING
	minus-sign=CHARACTER
	NaN=STRING
	percent=CHARACTER
	per-mille=CHARATER
	zero-digit=CHARACTER
	digit=CHARACTER
	pattern-separator=CHARACTER />

Required Attributes

None.

Optional Attributes

name
Specifies a name for this format.
decimal-separator
Specifies the decimal point character. The default is (.).
grouping-separator
Specifies the thousands separator character. The default is (,).
infinity
Specifies the string used to represent infinity. The default is the string "Infinity".
minus-sign
Specifies the minus sign character. The default is the hyphen (-).
NaN
Specifies the string used when the value is not a number. The default is the string "NaN".
percent
Specifies the percentage sign character. The default is (%).
per-mille
Specifies the per thousand character. The default is ().
zero-digit
Specifies the digit zero character. The default is (0).
digit
Specifies the character used in the format pattern to stand for a digit. The default is (#).
pattern-separator
Specifies the character separating positive and negative subpatterns in a format pattern. The default is the semi-colon (;).

Type

Top-level, must be the child of <xsl:stylesheet> or <xsl:transform>.

Defined

XSLT, section 12.3.

Gecko support

Supported as of 1.0 (Mozilla 1.0, Netscape 7.0).

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