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SOLARIS - Postscript - LC_NUMERIC=fr_BE

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When LC_NUMERIC is set to defaults (e.g. C) correct postscript files are generated and printed out.

When LC_NUMERIC=fr_BE, the decimal separator is a comma and not a dot and the postscript files are no
longer in the correct format for printing. What can we do?
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This is quite old, do you still need help with this?
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LANG doesn't take effect when LC_ variables are different from LANG. Only when LC_ variables are not initialized in /usr/lib/locale/ja/locale_map, these variables will be same as LANG
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Thank you, happy to have been of some help to you.
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