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Danish
Region / Variant
Japan
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(inherited)This page shows the localization data for the locale listed at left. This Locale contains data for this language, as well as conventions for this particular region.
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Locale Codes  
LanguageRegionVariant
daJP
3danJPN

 
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Windows Locale ID  
0x6
 
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ICU Data Version (inherited from Unknown language) 
41
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Locale Script  
Short NamesLong Names
LatnLatin

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Exemplar Characters  
Rules [a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z æ ø å]
Set abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzåæø

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DefaultCalendar  
Default Calendar: Gregorian Calendar

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Day  

Formatting

#Narrow NamesShort NamesLong Names
0Ssøn.søndag
1Mman.mandag
2Ttir.tirsdag
3Oons.onsdag
4Ttor.torsdag
5Ffre.fredag
6Llør.lørdag

Stand-alone

#Narrow NamesShort NamesLong Names
0Ssønsøndag
1Mmanmandag
2Ttirtirsdag
3Oonsonsdag
4Ttortorsdag
5Ffrefredag
6Llørlørdag

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Month  

Formatting

#Narrow NamesShort NamesLong Names
0Jjan.januar
1Ffeb.februar
2Mmar.marts
3Aapr.april
4Mmajmaj
5Jjun.juni
6Jjul.juli
7Aaug.august
8Ssep.september
9Ookt.oktober
10Nnov.november
11Ddec.december

Stand-alone

#Narrow NamesShort NamesLong Names
0Jjan.januar
1Ffeb.februar
2Mmar.marts
3Aapr.april
4Mmajmaj
5Jjun.juni
6Jjul.juli
7Aaug.august
8Ssep.september
9Ookt.oktober
10Nnov.november
11Ddec.december

 
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AM & PM  
0amAM
1pmPM

 
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eras (cumulative data from parent not shown)  
#Narrow NamesShort NamesLong Names
0fKrf.Kr.f.Kr.
1eKre.Kr.e.Kr.

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Date & Time Patterns
0Full TimeHH.mm.ss zzzz18.06.20 Koordineret universaltid
1Long TimeHH.mm.ss z18.06.20 UTC
2Medium TimeHH.mm.ss18.06.20
3Short TimeHH.mm18.06
4Full DateEEEE 'den' d. MMMM ysøndag den 25. september 2022
5Long Dated. MMMM y25. september 2022
6Medium Dated. MMM y25. sep. 2022
7Short Datedd.MM.y25.09.2022
8Date-Time pattern.
{0} = time, {1} = date
{1} {0}25.09.2022 18.06

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Date and Time Options  
First day of the week: 1 ( 1=SUNDAY )
Minimal Days in First Week: 1
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Numbers : Western Digits  
Decimal Pattern#,##0.### 1.234,56
Currency Pattern#,##0 ¤ 1.235 JP¥
Percent Pattern#,##0 % 123.456 %
Scientific Pattern#E0 1,23456E3
NumberPatterns4%spellout-numbering-year: 0: =%spellout-numbering=; 1100/100: <%spellout-
numbering-year<­hundrede; 1101/100: <%spellout-numbering-year<­hundrede og >%spellout-numbering-year>; 10000: =%spellout-numbering=; -x: minus >%spellout-numbering-year>; x.x: =0.0=; %spellout-numbering: 0: =%spellout-cardinal-neuter=; %spellout-cardinal-common: 0: nul; 1: en; 2: to; 3: tre; 4: fire; 5: fem; 6: seks; 7: syv; 8: otte; 9: ni; 10: ti; 11: elleve; 12: tolv; 13: tretten; 14: fjorten; 15: femten; 16: seksten; 17: sytten; 18: atten; 19: nitten; 20: tyve; 21: >%spellout-cardinal-common>­og­tyve; 30: tredive; 31: >%spellout-cardinal-common>­og­tredive; 40: fyrre; 41: >%spellout-cardinal-common>­og­fyrre; 50: halvtreds; 51: >%spellout-cardinal-common>­og­halvtreds; 60: tres; 61: >%spellout-cardinal-common>­og­tres; 70: halvfjerds; 71: >%spellout-cardinal-common>­og­halvfjerds; 80: firs; 81: >%spellout-cardinal-common>­og­firs; 90: halvfems; 91: >%spellout-cardinal-common>­og­halvfems; 100: hundrede; 101: hundrede og >%spellout-cardinal-common>; 200: <%spellout-cardinal-neuter<­hundrede; 201: <%spellout-cardinal-neuter<­hundrede og >%spellout-cardinal-common>; 1000: tusinde; 1001: tusinde >%%and-small>; 2000: <%spellout-cardinal-neuter< tusinde; 2001: <%spellout-cardinal-neuter< tusinde >%%and-small>; 1000000: million; 1000001: million >%spellout-cardinal-common>; 2000000: <%spellout-cardinal-common< millioner; 2000001: <%spellout-cardinal-common< millioner >%spellout-cardinal-common>; 1000000000: milliard; 1000000001: milliard >%spellout-cardinal-common>; 2000000000: <%spellout-cardinal-common< milliarder; 2000000001: <%spellout-cardinal-common< milliarder >%spellout-cardinal-common>; 1000000000000: billion; 1000000000001: billion >%spellout-cardinal-common>; 2000000000000: <%spellout-cardinal-common< billioner; 2000000000001: <%spellout-cardinal-common< billioner >%spellout-cardinal-common>; 1000000000000000: billiard; 1000000000000001: billiard >%spellout-cardinal-common>; 2000000000000000: <%spellout-cardinal-common< billiarder; 2000000000000001: <%spellout-cardinal-common< billiarder >%spellout-cardinal-common>; 1000000000000000000: =#,##0=; -x: minus >%spellout-cardinal-common>; x.x: <%spellout-cardinal-common< komma >%spellout-cardinal-common>; %%and-small: 0: og =%spellout-cardinal-common=; 100: =%spellout-cardinal-common=; %spellout-cardinal-neuter: 0: nul; 1: et; 2: =%spellout-cardinal-common=; 100: hundrede; 101: hundrede og >%spellout-cardinal-neuter>; 200: <%spellout-cardinal-neuter<­hundrede; 201: <%spellout-cardinal-neuter<­hundrede og >%spellout-cardinal-neuter>; 1000: tusind; 1001: tusind >%%and-small-n>; 2000: <%spellout-cardinal-neuter< tusind; 2001: <%spellout-cardinal-neuter< tusind >%%and-small-n>; 1000000: en million; 1000001: en million >%spellout-cardinal-neuter>; 2000000: <%spellout-cardinal-common< millioner; 2000001: <%spellout-cardinal-common< millioner >%spellout-cardinal-neuter>; 1000000000: en milliard; 1000000001: en milliard >%spellout-cardinal-neuter>; 2000000000: <%spellout-cardinal-common< milliarder; 2000000001: <%spellout-cardinal-common< milliarder >%spellout-cardinal-neuter>; 1000000000000: en billion; 1000000000001: en billion >%spellout-cardinal-neuter>; 2000000000000: <%spellout-cardinal-common< billioner; 2000000000001: <%spellout-cardinal-common< billioner >%spellout-cardinal-neuter>; 1000000000000000: en billiard; 1000000000000001: en billiard >%spellout-cardinal-neuter>; 2000000000000000: <%spellout-cardinal-common< billiarder; 2000000000000001: <%spellout-cardinal-common< billiarder >%spellout-cardinal-neuter>; 1000000000000000000: =#,##0=; -x: minus >%spellout-cardinal-neuter>; x.x: <%spellout-cardinal-neuter< komma >%spellout-cardinal-neuter>; %%and-small-n: 0: og =%spellout-cardinal-neuter=; 100: =%spellout-cardinal-neuter=; %spellout-ordinal-common: 0: nulte; 1: første; 2: anden; 3: tredje; 4: fjerde; 5: femte; 6: sjette; 7: syvende; 8: ottende; 9: niende; 10: tiende; 11: ellevte; 12: tolvte; 13: =%spellout-numbering=de; 20: tyvende; 21: >%spellout-numbering>­og­tyvende; 30: tredivte; 31: >%spellout-numbering>­og­tredivte; 40: fyrrende; 41: >%spellout-numbering>­og­fyrrende; 50: =%spellout-numbering=indstyvende; 100: hundrede>%%ord-de-c>; 200: <%spellout-numbering< hundrede>%%ord-de-c>; 1000: tusind>%%ord-e-c>; 2000: <%spellout-numbering< tusind>%%ord-e-c>; 1000000: million>%%ord-te-c>; 2000000: <%spellout-numbering< million>%%ord-teer-c>; 1000000000: milliard>%%ord-te-c>; 2000000000: <%spellout-numbering< milliard>%%ord-teer-c>; 1000000000000: billion>%%ord-te-c>; 2000000000000: <%spellout-numbering< billion>%%ord-teer-c>; 1000000000000000: billiard>%%ord-te-c>; 2000000000000000: <%spellout-numbering< billiard>%%ord-teer-c>; 1000000000000000000: =#,##0=.; -x: minus >%spellout-ordinal-common>; x.x: =#,##0.#=; %%ord-de-c: 0: de; 1: ' og =%spellout-ordinal-common=; %%ord-e-c: 0: e; 1: ' og =%spellout-ordinal-common=; 100: ' =%spellout-ordinal-common=; %%ord-te-c: 0: te; 1: ' =%spellout-ordinal-common=; %%ord-teer-c: 0: te; 1: er =%spellout-ordinal-common=; %spellout-ordinal-neuter: 0: nulte; 1: første; 2: andet; 3: =%spellout-ordinal-common=; 20: tyvende; 21: >%spellout-cardinal-neuter>­og­tyvende; 30: tredivte; 31: >%spellout-cardinal-neuter>­og­tredivte; 40: fyrrende; 41: >%spellout-cardinal-neuter>­og­fyrrende; 50: =%spellout-cardinal-neuter=indstyvende; 100: hundrede>%%ord-de-n>; 200: <%spellout-cardinal-neuter< hundrede>%%ord-de-n>; 1000: tusinde>%%ord-e-n>; 2000: <%spellout-cardinal-neuter< tusind>%%ord-e-n>; 1000000: million>%%ord-teer-n>; 2000000: <%spellout-cardinal-neuter< million>%%ord-teer-n>; 1000000000: milliard>%%ord-te-n>; 2000000000: <%spellout-cardinal-neuter< milliard>%%ord-teer-n>; 1000000000000: billion>%%ord-te-n>; 2000000000000: <%spellout-cardinal-neuter< billion>%%ord-teer-n>; 1000000000000000: billiard>%%ord-te-n>; 2000000000000000: <%spellout-cardinal-neuter< billiard>%%ord-teer-n>; 1000000000000000000: =#,##0=.; -x: minus >%spellout-ordinal-neuter>; x.x: =#,##0.#=; %%ord-de-n: 0: de; 1: ' og =%spellout-ordinal-neuter=; %%ord-e-n: 0: e; 1: ' og =%spellout-ordinal-neuter=; 100: ' =%spellout-ordinal-neuter=; %%ord-te-n: 0: te; 1: ' =%spellout-ordinal-neuter=; %%ord-teer-n: 0: te; 1: er =%spellout-ordinal-neuter=;
tusind to­hundrede og fire­og­tredive komma fem seks
NumberPatterns5%digits-ordinal: 0: =#,##0=.; -x: −>%digits-ordinal>; 1.235.
NumberPatterns6%duration: 0: =#,##0=; 1.235
NumberPatterns9#,##0 ¤¤ 1.235 JPY
NumberPatterns10#,##0 ¤¤¤ 1.235 japanske yen
NumberPatterns11#,##0 ¤ 1.235 JP¥
NumberPatterns12#,##0 ¤ 1.235 JP¥
NumberPatterns13# 1,2 t
NumberPatterns14# 1,2 tusind
NumberPatterns15#,##0 ¤ 1.235 JP¥
(Currency for da_Latn_JP: JPY)

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Collation rules (inherited) 
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&D
 <<đ
 <<<Đ
 <<ð
 <<<Ð

&th
 <<<þ

&TH
 <<<Þ

&Y
 <<ü
 <<<Ü
 <<ű
 <<<Ű

&[before 1]

ǀ
 <æ
 <<<Æ
 <<ä
 <<<Ä
 <ø
 <<<Ø
 <<ö
 <<<Ö
 <<ő
 <<<Ő
 <å
 <<<Å
 <<<aa
 <<<Aa
 <<<AA

&oe
 <<œ
 <<<Œ

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