MyApp.Cldr.Number.Format.decimal_format_list

You're seeing just the function decimal_format_list, go back to MyApp.Cldr.Number.Format module for more information.

Specs

decimal_format_list() :: [Cldr.Number.Format.format()]

Returns the list of decimal formats in the configured locales including the list of locales configured for precompilation in config.exs.

This function exists to allow the decimal formatter to precompile all the known formats at compile time.

Example

#=> MyApp.Cldr.Number.Format.Format.decimal_format_list
["#", "#,##,##0%",
"#,##,##0.###", "#,##,##0.00¤", "#,##,##0.00¤;(#,##,##0.00¤)",
"#,##,##0 %", "#,##0%", "#,##0.###", "#,##0.00 ¤",
"#,##0.00 ¤;(#,##0.00 ¤)", "#,##0.00¤", "#,##0.00¤;(#,##0.00¤)",
"#,##0 %", "#0%", "#0.######", "#0.00 ¤", "#E0", "%#,##0", "% #,##0",
"0", "0.000000E+000", "0000 M ¤", "0000¤", "000G ¤", "000K ¤", "000M ¤",
"000T ¤", "000mM ¤", "000m ¤", "000 Bio'.' ¤", "000 Bln ¤", "000 Bn ¤",
"000 B ¤", "000 E ¤", "000 K ¤", "000 MRD ¤", "000 Md ¤", "000 Mio'.' ¤",
"000 Mio ¤", "000 Mld ¤", "000 Mln ¤", "000 Mn ¤", "000 Mrd'.' ¤",
"000 Mrd ¤", "000 Mr ¤", "000 M ¤", "000 NT ¤", "000 N ¤", "000 Tn ¤",
"000 Tr ¤", ...]