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problem with f:convertNumber and decimals

Cesar Coz
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Joined: Aug 19, 2010
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I want to separate the decimals with this simbol --> . <-- (a dot)

im using this code



and im getting the conversion like this '200,00' using a , and not a .

does anyone know how to solve this ?

Cesar Coz.
Tim Holloway
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Your JVM is apparently running under a spanish locale. The simple number (and date) formatting services have picked the notation appropriate for that locale, which would be "123.456.789,00" instead of the English "123,456,789.00" format. It could be worse. I think in Peru, it's more like "1234'5678'9000" and I don't recall if they use "," or "." for the decimal point.

Your options are as follows. Pick one:

1. Override the default locale for the JVM

2. Override the locale setting on the converter by including an explicit locale attribute.

3. Supply your own custom format pattern.


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