Number::Format::FixedLocale - a Number::Format that ignores the system locale
use Number::Format::FixedLocale; my $f = Number::Format::FixedLocale->new( -mon_thousands_sep => '.', -mon_decimal_point => ',', -int_curr_symbol => 'EUR', -n_cs_precedes => 0, -p_cs_precedes => 0, ); print $f->format_price( -45208.23 ); # "-45.208,23 EUR"
Number::Format is a very useful module, however in environments with many systems it can be a liability due to the fact that it gathers its default settings from the system locale, which can lead to surprising results when formatting numbers in production.
Number::Format::FixedLocale is a sub-class of Number::Format that contains only a slightly modified constructor, which will only use a fixed set of en_US default settings. Thus any results from this module will be predictable no matter how the system it is being run on is configured.
Please report any bugs or feature requests through the issue tracker at http://rt.cpan.org/Public/Dist/Display.html?Name=Number-Format-FixedLocale. You will be notified automatically of any progress on your issue.
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