Less free underscores in number literals
jessekphillips+D at gmail.com
Sun Oct 24 16:59:30 PDT 2010
Rainer Deyke Wrote:
> Using groupings of three digits in Japanese seems extremely awkward,
> especially for larger numbers, since you would have to mentally regroup
> the digits in groups of four in order to read it. It's not just the
> written language but the spoken language that uses groups of four. For
> example, the number 1,234,567,890 would be read as 12å, 3456ä¸, 7890.
> Rainer Deyke - rainerd at eldwood.com
I just asked, and the Japanese separate by the thousands when they write, and it is read as you described.
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