Session.LCID

Ok I am basically looking for an online reference which tells me what various countries use for their number formats - eg commas or periods for thousand seperators and decimal points etc.

I need to check that VBScript renders these correctly when the Session.LCID is changed and so I need a reliable online reference.

The countries I need to know about are as follows:

Austia
Belgium
Canada 4105
Switzerland
Cyprus
Germany
Denmark
Spain
Finland
France
Great Britain
Greece
Hong Kong
Ireland
Italy
Luxembourg
Malta
Netherlands
Norway
Portugal
Sweden
Singapore
Turkey
United States

Thanks

Dave
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daveamourAuthor Commented:
Thanks sajuks but I don't need the LCID values, I need the number formats eg:

UK  - 123,456.55
DE  - 123.456,55

etc

Thanks

Also I don't want this source to be from Microsoft as I need to check the accuracy of VBScript so this would defeat the point.

Thanks

Dave
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sajuksCommented:
Ahh, i looked at the question and jumped two steps ahead :-)

Check the below links they've got a few though not all
http://www.sterlingdata.com/datax.htm
http://livedocs.macromedia.com/coldfusion/6.1/htmldocs/functa27.htm

i think your best bet would be to search the stock exchange for better info ;-)

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daveamourAuthor Commented:
Ok thats great, never thought of checking the SE.

Thanks

Dave
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sajuksCommented:
For currency related issues the best place to search for are banks/stock exchanges/brokers
.They normally have these details with them
Thanks for the points and grade.
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daveamourAuthor Commented:
Ok thanks again.

Dave
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