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Configuring for CodeLab in European countries

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xod    180

If you set the operating system (Change system locale) for your country then you probably need to make two changes for CodeLab to work properly.

 

Control Panel ► Region ► Additional Settings ► Numbers

 

1. Change decimal symbol to DOT if it's comma

2. Change digit grouping symbol to COMMA if it's dot 

 

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toe_head2001    868

What sort of issues arise from have the "wrong" locale settings?

 

Perhaps we can fix this in CodeLab, so you don't have to adjust your settings.

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xod    180

Numbers representation issue.

In European countries, and not only, the decimal symbol is comma, not dot. The digit grouping symbol is dot (in some countries).

 

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toe_head2001    868

As of CodeLab v2.24, changing your Regional Settings is no longer necessary.

 

In the source document, the decimal will always be a dot.  A dot is what the compiler wants/needs.

However, when you open the UI Designer, you'll be able to use your default local regional settings.

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