Sys.localeconv Function in R (Example) | Numerical & Monetary Representations in Locale

 

This tutorial demonstrates how to find details about the numerical and monetary representations in the current locale using the Sys.localeconv function in the R programming language.

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Example: Get Details of Numerical & Monetary Representations in Current Locale Using Sys.localeconv() Function

This example explains how to apply the Sys.localeconv function to return details about the numerical and monetary representations of the currently used locale.

Consider the following R code and its RStudio console output:

Sys.localeconv()                     # Apply Sys.localeconv function
#     decimal_point     thousands_sep          grouping   int_curr_symbol 
#               "."                ""                ""             "EUR" 
#   currency_symbol mon_decimal_point mon_thousands_sep      mon_grouping 
#               "€"               ","               "."            "\003" 
#     positive_sign     negative_sign   int_frac_digits       frac_digits 
#                ""               "-"               "2"               "2" 
#     p_cs_precedes    p_sep_by_space     n_cs_precedes    n_sep_by_space 
#               "0"               "1"               "0"               "1" 
#       p_sign_posn       n_sign_posn 
#               "1"               "1"

As you can see, the previous R syntax has returned locale information such as the decimal point, the thousands separator, and the currency symbol.

 

Video & Further Resources

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Besides the video, you may want to read the other articles on my website. Some other tutorials can be found below.

 

At this point you should know how to apply the Sys.localeconv function in the R programming language. Let me know in the comments, if you have additional questions.

 

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