# lconv

## Overview

Related Modules:

IO

Description:

Indicates format information about a number.

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## currency_symbol

char* lconv::currency_symbol

Description:

Local currency symbol, for example, \$ for dollar and ¥ for Chinese Yuan.

## decimal_point

char* lconv::decimal_point

Description:

Separator between the integer part and decimal part of decimal values. The default separator is ..

## frac_digits

char lconv::frac_digits

Description:

Maximum number of decimal parts of a currency value, which is not supported in the current system

## grouping

char* lconv::grouping

Description:

Specifies that decimal values are separated by a group of digits. No separator is used in the system by default.

## int_curr_symbol

char* lconv::int_curr_symbol

Description:

International currency symbol, for example, USD for dollar and CNY for Chinese Yuan. For details, see ISO-4217.

## int_frac_digits

char lconv::int_frac_digits

Description:

Maximum number of decimal parts of a value, which is not supported in the current system

## int_n_cs_precedes

char lconv::int_n_cs_precedes

Description:

Specifies whether to add an international currency symbol before a negative currency value. This parameter is not supported in the current system.

## int_n_sep_by_space

char lconv::int_n_sep_by_space

Description:

Specifies whether to add a space before a negative currency value as a separator. This parameter is not supported in the current system.

## int_n_sign_posn

char lconv::int_n_sign_posn

Description:

Symbol position of a negative currency value, which is not supported in the current system

## int_p_cs_precedes

char lconv::int_p_cs_precedes

Description:

Specifies whether to add an international currency symbol before a non-negative currency value. This parameter is not supported in the current system.

## int_p_sep_by_space

char lconv::int_p_sep_by_space

Description:

Specifies whether to add a space before a non-negative currency value as a separator. This parameter is not supported in the current system.

## int_p_sign_posn

char lconv::int_p_sign_posn

Description:

Symbol position of a non-negative currency value, which is not supported in the current system

## mon_decimal_point

char* lconv::mon_decimal_point

Description:

Separator between the integer part and decimal part of currency values. The system does not support this separator.

## mon_grouping

char* lconv::mon_grouping

Description:

Specifies that currency values are separated by a group of digits. No separator is used in the system by default.

## mon_thousands_sep

char* lconv::mon_thousands_sep

Description:

The currency values are separated by thousands, that is, three digits form a group. The system does not support this separator.

## n_cs_precedes

char lconv::n_cs_precedes

Description:

Specifies whether to add a currency symbol before a negative currency value. This parameter is not supported in the current system.

## n_sep_by_space

char lconv::n_sep_by_space

Description:

Specifies whether to add a space before a negative currency value as a separator. This parameter is not supported in the current system.

## n_sign_posn

char lconv::n_sign_posn

Description:

Symbol position of a negative currency value, which is not supported in the current system

## negative_sign

char* lconv::negative_sign

Description:

Symbol of a negative currency value, which is not supported in the current system

## p_cs_precedes

char lconv::p_cs_precedes

Description:

Specifies whether to add a currency symbol before a non-negative currency value. This parameter is not supported in the current system.

## p_sep_by_space

char lconv::p_sep_by_space

Description:

Specifies whether to add a space before a non-negative currency value as a separator. This parameter is not supported in the current system.

## p_sign_posn

char lconv::p_sign_posn

Description:

Symbol position of a non-negative currency value, which is not supported in the current system

## positive_sign

char* lconv::positive_sign

Description:

Symbol of a non-negative currency value, which is not supported in the current system

## thousands_sep

char* lconv::thousands_sep

Description:

The decimal values are separated by thousands, that is, three digits form a group. No separator is used in the system by default.