Class AbstractNumberer is a base implementation of Numberer that provides language-independent default numbering This supports the xsl:number element.
This class contains static utility methods to test whether a character is alphanumeric, as defined by the rules of xsl:number: that is, whether it is in one of the Unicode categories Nd, Nl, No, Lu, Ll, Lt, Lm or Lo
Handles grouping separators when formatting a number in cases where the grouping separators are not at regular intervals
This class attempts to identify a timezone name, given the date (including the time zone offset) and the country.
Numberer class for the English language.
Class NumberFormatter defines a method to format a ArrayList of integers as a character string according to a supplied format specification.
A NumericGroupFormatter is responsible for insertion of grouping separators into a formatted number (for example, reformatting "1234" as "1,234").
A RegularGroupFormatter is a NumericGroupFormatter that inserts a separator at constant intervals through a number: for example, a comma after every three digits counting from the right.
This package provides classes associated with numbering and the
It is possible to extend the range of numberings available by providing a Numberer
for a specific language. This must be registered with the
In earlier releases, there was a fixed relationship between the language and the
implementing class (the Numberer was always named Numberer_xx where xx is the language code,
corresponding to the value of the lang attribute in
xsl:number). From Saxon 9.2,
this relationship no longer exists.
These classes also include code to support the localization of dates as defined
in the XSLT
format-dateTime() group of functions.
Numberer_en provides the standard numbering options. As well as the
format tokens defined in the XSLT 1.0 specification (for example, "1", "001", "a", "i") it supports
other numbering options including:
Localizations for a number of European languages are provided in package
In Saxon-PE and Saxon-EE these are issued in binary form as part of the Saxon JAR. For Saxon-HE, they are
issued only in source code form.
Michael H. Kay
12 June 2009
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