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LocaleInfo Element

SharePoint 2003

The LocaleInfo element transfers server locale information to the client in order to display and edit dates and numbers properly.

Syntax

<LocaleInfo
  LCTYPE="Integer">
</LocaleInfo>

Attributes

NameDescription
LCTYPERequired Integer. Specifies an ID from the Win32 Application Programming Interface (API). Can be one of the following values.
ValueDescription
14Character(s) used as the decimal separator. The maximum number of characters allowed for this string is four.
15Character(s) used to separate groups of digits to the left of the decimal. The maximum number of characters allowed for this string is four.
16Sizes for each group of digits to the left of the decimal. An explicit size is needed for each group, and sizes are separated by semicolons. If the last value is zero, the preceding value is repeated. For example, to group thousands, specify 3;0. Indic locales group the first 1,000 and then group by hundreds — for example, 12,34,56,789, which is represented by 3;2;0.
29Character(s) for the date separator. The maximum number of characters allowed for this string is four.
30Character(s) for the time separator. The maximum number of characters allowed for this string is four.
33Short date format-ordering specifier. The maximum number of characters allowed for this string is two. The specifier can be one of the following values: 0 (Month-Day-Year), 1 (Day-Month-Year), or 2 (Year-Month-Day).
35Time format specifier. The maximum number of characters allowed for this string is two. The specifier can be either 0 (A.M./P.M. 12-hour format) or 1 (24-hour format).
40String for the A.M. designator. The maximum number of characters allowed for this string is nine.
41String for the P.M. designator. The maximum number of characters allowed for this string is nine.
81String value for the negative sign. The maximum number of characters allowed for this string is five.
4101Specifies whether the time marker string (A.M. or P.M.) precedes or follows the time string. Possible values include 0 (use as suffix) and 1 (use as prefix).
4108Specifies the first day in a week. The maximum number of characters allowed for this string is two. Since this denotes which of the seven days begins a week, the only valid values are from 0 to 6 (0 equals Monday).
4112Negative number mode, that is, the format for a negative number. The maximum number of characters allowed for this string is two. The mode can be one of the following values: 0:(1.1), 1:-1.1, 2:- 1.1, 3:1.1-, or 4:1.1–.
ValueDescription
14Character(s) used as the decimal separator. The maximum number of characters allowed for this string is four.
15Character(s) used to separate groups of digits to the left of the decimal. The maximum number of characters allowed for this string is four.
16Sizes for each group of digits to the left of the decimal. An explicit size is needed for each group, and sizes are separated by semicolons. If the last value is zero, the preceding value is repeated. For example, to group thousands, specify 3;0. Indic locales group the first 1,000 and then group by hundreds — for example, 12,34,56,789, which is represented by 3;2;0.
29Character(s) for the date separator. The maximum number of characters allowed for this string is four.
30Character(s) for the time separator. The maximum number of characters allowed for this string is four.
33Short date format-ordering specifier. The maximum number of characters allowed for this string is two. The specifier can be one of the following values: 0 (Month-Day-Year), 1 (Day-Month-Year), or 2 (Year-Month-Day).
35Time format specifier. The maximum number of characters allowed for this string is two. The specifier can be either 0 (A.M./P.M. 12-hour format) or 1 (24-hour format).
40String for the A.M. designator. The maximum number of characters allowed for this string is nine.
41String for the P.M. designator. The maximum number of characters allowed for this string is nine.
81String value for the negative sign. The maximum number of characters allowed for this string is five.
4101Specifies whether the time marker string (A.M. or P.M.) precedes or follows the time string. Possible values include 0 (use as suffix) and 1 (use as prefix).
4108Specifies the first day in a week. The maximum number of characters allowed for this string is two. Since this denotes which of the seven days begins a week, the only valid values are from 0 to 6 (0 equals Monday).
4112Negative number mode, that is, the format for a negative number. The maximum number of characters allowed for this string is two. The mode can be one of the following values: 0:(1.1), 1:-1.1, 2:- 1.1, 3:1.1-, or 4:1.1–.

Example

The following example constructs a SCRIPT block in which the date separator is set according to the client's locale.

<HTML><![CDATA[ <SCRIPT>  ]]></HTML>
<HTML><![CDATA[  frm.dopt.chDateSep =   ]]></HTML>
<ScriptQuote>
   <LocaleInfo LCTYPE="29" />
</ScriptQuote>
<HTML><![CDATA[ ;</SCRIPT>  ]]></HTML>

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