Re: Expensive punctuation

Subject: Re: Expensive punctuation
From: "Ternes, Andreas" <A -dot- Ternes -at- SPS-PRESSEN -dot- DE>
Date: Mon, 21 Jun 1999 12:24:07 +0200

In Germany "points" are used to group "thousands", for example:
10.000 means ten thousand.

Commas are used to explain "broken numbers", for example:
10,33 means ten and a third.

This is official style in Germany.

Greetings from Germany
Andreas Ternes

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