[Project_owners] Up to $25.000 reward to fight "Rip Off Ware" aka ROW

Ingo Rau ingorau at imail.de
Mon Jan 31 10:35:29 EST 2005


On Mon, 31.January  2005 10:04, Chris Neale wrote:
> On Monday 31 Jan 2005 03:34, Konstantin Svist wrote:
> > sure, I want $25 :)
> > how can I help?
> >
> > The deal would be even sweeter if that number is in European format.
> > If someone doesn't know, in European format the comma separates whole
> > from decimal and dot simply groups digits together - in U.S. it's the
> > other way around.
> >
> >
> > cheers,
> > Konstantin
>
> I think you'll find it's parts of Europe that use $25.000, whereas the US
> [ and UK ] generally uses $25,000.
The comma as separator is afaik a US/UK (AUS?) thing.
Anyway, as it's three zeroes, it has to be the grouping sign, two zeroes would 
indicate decimals - or does anybody use a currency which usually has three 
decimals for the smaller unit?
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Ingo Rau <ingorau at imail.de>
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