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L999G999G999G999D99"is a valid format mask for a Text-Item of type "Number."
thanks amatuallah , but unfortunately i do not get you ,
what do these numbers represent L999G999G999G999D99 ?
what is L , 9 , G ?
and i think you did not get me as well ! i do not want the user to write L.E , i want it always existed in the item then the user puts a number beside it ,
you can say it is initialized to L.E then the user write 80 beside it .
thanks a lot
Oh yesss i got u... :)1 person found this helpful
Did u try it ?! Pls do.
The format i gave u is just an example u can modify ...
In order to allow Oracle use local language settings for currency (L) this is pre-adjusted in Windows Control Panel.
group separator (G) , For Numbers we use (9) and for decimal separator we use (D).
Hope this help...
thanks a lot , it began with the text item empty , and after i clicked tab button to move to another item , it appeared $ , and it is good , thanks you , but
how to do it arabic , i want the egyptian pound "جنيه مصرى"
how can i type جنيه مصري ?
All such stuff is related to windows's control panel > regional settings> Currency
Here displaying the local currency is specified e.g .ج.م.
i changed this >control panel > regional settings>additional settings>currency tab> Currency symbol to جنيه مصري او ج.م and it still $ in forms builder .!!
i am waiting for a solution please
Pls make sure that ur default pc laguage is Arabic. Even the language tool bar next to the digital hour which resides in ur right hand side of thedes top tool bar is checked denotes the default language u r currently using...