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Language
Central Atlas Tamazight
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
tzmJP
3tzmJPN

 
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Windows Locale ID  
0x5F
 
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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 ḍ e ɛ f g {gʷ} ɣ h ḥ i j k {kʷ} l m n q r ṛ s ṣ t ṭ u w x y z]
Set abcdefghijklmnqrstuwxyzɛɣḍḥṛṣṭ, "gʷ", "kʷ"

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DefaultCalendar  
Default Calendar: Gregorian Calendar

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Day  

Formatting

#Narrow NamesShort NamesLong Names
0AAsaAsamas
1AAynAynas
2AAsnAsinas
3AAkrAkras
4AAkwAkwas
5AAsmAsimwas
6AAsḍAsiḍyas

Stand-alone

#Narrow NamesShort NamesLong Names
0AAsaAsamas
1AAynAynas
2AAsnAsinas
3AAkrAkras
4AAkwAkwas
5AAsmAsimwas
6AAsḍAsiḍyas

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Month  

Formatting

#Narrow NamesShort NamesLong Names
0YYenYennayer
1YYebYebrayer
2MMarMars
3IIbrIbrir
4MMayMayyu
5YYunYunyu
6YYulYulyuz
7ƔƔucƔuct
8CCutCutanbir
9KKṭuKṭuber
10NNwaNwanbir
11DDujDujanbir

Stand-alone

#Narrow NamesShort NamesLong Names
0YYenYennayer
1YYebYebrayer
2MMarMars
3IIbrIbrir
4MMayMayyu
5YYunYunyu
6YYulYulyuz
7ƔƔucƔuct
8CCutCutanbir
9KKṭuKṭuber
10NNwaNwanbir
11DDujDujanbir

 
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AM & PM  
0amZdat azal
1pmḌeffir aza

 
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eras (cumulative data from parent not shown)  
#Narrow NamesShort NamesLong Names
0Zdat Ɛisa (TAƔ)
1ḌƐḌƐḌeffir Ɛisa (TAƔ)

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Date & Time Patterns
0Full TimeHH:mm:ss zzzz17:06:29 GMT
1Long TimeHH:mm:ss z17:06:29 UTC
2Medium TimeHH:mm:ss17:06:29
3Short TimeHH:mm17:06
4Full DateEEEE, d MMMM yAsamas, 25 Cutanbir 2022
5Long Dated MMMM y25 Cutanbir 2022
6Medium Dated MMM y25 Cut 2022
7Short Datedd/MM/y25/09/2022
8Date-Time pattern.
{0} = time, {1} = date
{1} {0}25/09/2022 17:06

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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%%2d-year: 0: hundred; 1: oh-=%spellout-numbering=; 10: =%spellout-numbering=;
%spellout-numbering-year: 0: =%spellout-numbering=; 1010/100: <%spellout-numbering-year< >%%2d-year>; 1100/100: <%spellout-numbering-year< >%%2d-year>; 2000: =%spellout-numbering=; 2010/100: <%spellout-numbering-year< >%%2d-year>; 2100/100: <%spellout-numbering-year< >%%2d-year>; 3000: =%spellout-numbering=; 3010/100: <%spellout-numbering-year< >%%2d-year>; 3100/100: <%spellout-numbering-year< >%%2d-year>; 4000: =%spellout-numbering=; 4010/100: <%spellout-numbering-year< >%%2d-year>; 4100/100: <%spellout-numbering-year< >%%2d-year>; 5000: =%spellout-numbering=; 5010/100: <%spellout-numbering-year< >%%2d-year>; 5100/100: <%spellout-numbering-year< >%%2d-year>; 6000: =%spellout-numbering=; 6010/100: <%spellout-numbering-year< >%%2d-year>; 6100/100: <%spellout-numbering-year< >%%2d-year>; 7000: =%spellout-numbering=; 7010/100: <%spellout-numbering-year< >%%2d-year>; 7100/100: <%spellout-numbering-year< >%%2d-year>; 8000: =%spellout-numbering=; 8010/100: <%spellout-numbering-year< >%%2d-year>; 8100/100: <%spellout-numbering-year< >%%2d-year>; 9000: =%spellout-numbering=; 9010/100: <%spellout-numbering-year< >%%2d-year>; 9100/100: <%spellout-numbering-year< >%%2d-year>; 10000: =%spellout-numbering=; -x: minus >%spellout-numbering-year>; x.x: =#,##0.#=; %spellout-numbering: 0: =%spellout-cardinal=; -x: minus >%spellout-numbering>; Inf: infinity; NaN: not a number; %spellout-numbering-verbose: 0: =%spellout-cardinal-verbose=; -x: minus >%spellout-numbering-verbose>; Inf: infinity; NaN: not a number; %spellout-cardinal: 0: zero; 1: one; 2: two; 3: three; 4: four; 5: five; 6: six; 7: seven; 8: eight; 9: nine; 10: ten; 11: eleven; 12: twelve; 13: thirteen; 14: fourteen; 15: fifteen; 16: sixteen; 17: seventeen; 18: eighteen; 19: nineteen; 20: twenty; 21: twenty->%spellout-cardinal>; 30: thirty; 31: thirty->%spellout-cardinal>; 40: forty; 41: forty->%spellout-cardinal>; 50: fifty; 51: fifty->%spellout-cardinal>; 60: sixty; 61: sixty->%spellout-cardinal>; 70: seventy; 71: seventy->%spellout-cardinal>; 80: eighty; 81: eighty->%spellout-cardinal>; 90: ninety; 91: ninety->%spellout-cardinal>; 100: <%spellout-cardinal< hundred; 101: <%spellout-cardinal< hundred >%spellout-cardinal>; 1000: <%spellout-cardinal< thousand; 1001: <%spellout-cardinal< thousand >%spellout-cardinal>; 1000000: <%spellout-cardinal< million; 1000001: <%spellout-cardinal< million >%spellout-cardinal>; 1000000000: <%spellout-cardinal< billion; 1000000001: <%spellout-cardinal< billion >%spellout-cardinal>; 1000000000000: <%spellout-cardinal< trillion; 1000000000001: <%spellout-cardinal< trillion >%spellout-cardinal>; 1000000000000000: <%spellout-cardinal< quadrillion; 1000000000000001: <%spellout-cardinal< quadrillion >%spellout-cardinal>; 1000000000000000000: =#,##0=; -x: minus >%spellout-cardinal>; x.x: <%spellout-cardinal< point >%spellout-cardinal>; Inf: infinite; NaN: not a number; %%and: 1: ' and =%spellout-cardinal-verbose=; 100: ' =%spellout-cardinal-verbose=; %%commas: 1: ' and =%spellout-cardinal-verbose=; 100: , =%spellout-cardinal-verbose=; 1000: , <%spellout-cardinal-verbose< thousand; 1001: , <%spellout-cardinal-verbose< thousand>%%commas>; 1000000: , =%spellout-cardinal-verbose=; %spellout-cardinal-verbose: 0: =%spellout-numbering=; 100: <%spellout-cardinal-verbose< hundred; 101: <%spellout-cardinal-verbose< hundred>%%and>; 1000: <%spellout-cardinal-verbose< thousand; 1001: <%spellout-cardinal-verbose< thousand>%%and>; 100000/1000: <%spellout-cardinal-verbose< thousand; 100001/1000: <%spellout-cardinal-verbose< thousand>%%commas>; 1000000: <%spellout-cardinal-verbose< million; 1000001: <%spellout-cardinal-verbose< million>%%commas>; 1000000000: <%spellout-cardinal-verbose< billion; 1000000001: <%spellout-cardinal-verbose< billion>%%commas>; 1000000000000: <%spellout-cardinal-verbose< trillion; 1000000000001: <%spellout-cardinal-verbose< trillion>%%commas>; 1000000000000000: <%spellout-cardinal-verbose< quadrillion; 1000000000000001: <%spellout-cardinal-verbose< quadrillion>%%commas>; 1000000000000000000: =#,##0=; -x: minus >%spellout-cardinal-verbose>; x.x: <%spellout-cardinal-verbose< point >%spellout-cardinal-verbose>; Inf: infinite; NaN: not a number; %%tieth: 0: tieth; 1: ty-=%spellout-ordinal=; %%th: 0: th; 1: ' =%spellout-ordinal=; %spellout-ordinal: 0: zeroth; 1: first; 2: second; 3: third; 4: fourth; 5: fifth; 6: sixth; 7: seventh; 8: eighth; 9: ninth; 10: tenth; 11: eleventh; 12: twelfth; 13: =%spellout-numbering=th; 20: twen>%%tieth>; 30: thir>%%tieth>; 40: for>%%tieth>; 50: fif>%%tieth>; 60: six>%%tieth>; 70: seven>%%tieth>; 80: eigh>%%tieth>; 90: nine>%%tieth>; 100: <%spellout-numbering< hundred>%%th>; 1000: <%spellout-numbering< thousand>%%th>; 1000000: <%spellout-numbering< million>%%th>; 1000000000: <%spellout-numbering< billion>%%th>; 1000000000000: <%spellout-numbering< trillion>%%th>; 1000000000000000: <%spellout-numbering< quadrillion>%%th>; 1000000000000000000: =#,##0=.; -x: minus >%spellout-ordinal>; x.x: =#,##0.#=; Inf: infinitieth; %%and-o: 0: th; 1: ' and =%spellout-ordinal-verbose=; 100: ' =%spellout-ordinal-verbose=; %%commas-o: 0: th; 1: ' and =%spellout-ordinal-verbose=; 100: , =%spellout-ordinal-verbose=; 1000: , <%spellout-cardinal-verbose< thousand>%%commas-o>; 1000000: , =%spellout-ordinal-verbose=; %spellout-ordinal-verbose: 0: =%spellout-ordinal=; 100: <%spellout-numbering-verbose< hundred>%%and-o>; 1000: <%spellout-numbering-verbose< thousand>%%and-o>; 100000/1000: <%spellout-numbering-verbose< thousand>%%commas-o>; 1000000: <%spellout-numbering-verbose< million>%%commas-o>; 1000000000: <%spellout-numbering-verbose< billion>%%commas-o>; 1000000000000: <%spellout-numbering-verbose< trillion>%%commas-o>; 1000000000000000: <%spellout-numbering-verbose< quadrillion>%%commas-o>; 1000000000000000000: =#,##0=.; -x: minus >%spellout-ordinal-verbose>; x.x: =#,##0.#=; Inf: infinitieth;
one thousand two hundred thirty-four point five six
NumberPatterns5%digits-ordinal: 0: =#,##0=$(ordinal,one{st}two{nd}few{rd}other{th})$; -x: −>%
digits-ordinal>;
1 235th
NumberPatterns6%with-words: 0: 0 seconds; 1: 1 second; 2: =0= seconds; 60/60: <%%min<; 61/60:
<%%min<, >%with-words>; 3600/60: <%%hr<; 3601/60: <%%hr<, >>>; %%min: 0: 0 minutes; 1: 1 minute; 2: =0= minutes; %%hr: 0: 0 hours; 1: 1 hour; 2: =0= hours; %in-numerals: 0: =0= sec.; 60: =%%min-sec=; 3600: =%%hr-min-sec=; %%min-sec: 0: :=00=; 60/60: <0<>%%min-sec>; %%hr-min-sec: 0: :=00=; 60/60: <00<>%%hr-min-sec>; 3600/60: <#,##0<:>>>; %duration: 0: =%in-numerals=;
21:35
NumberPatterns9#,##0 ¤¤ 1 235 JPY
NumberPatterns10#,##0 ¤¤¤ 1 235 Yann Ujappuni
NumberPatterns11#,##0 ¤ 1 235 JP¥
NumberPatterns12#,##0 ¤ 1 235 JP¥
NumberPatterns13# 1,2K
NumberPatterns14# 1,2K
NumberPatterns15#,##0 ¤ 1 235 JP¥
(Currency for tzm_Latn_JP: JPY)

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