Euler Taveira de Oliveira napsal(a):
> Zdenek Kotala wrote:
>> Please, Day names does not have capitalized first letter in Czech
>> language. We have "pondeli" as a Monday. If locale does not do that it
>> is probably intention :-).
> Hmmm... I don't know about that. I do it that way 'cause I'm concerned
> about some locales that don't capitalize (see above). In my head,
> (i) 'TMMonth' is February, Fevereiro, Febrero, Únor;
> (ii) 'TMmonth' is february, fevereiro, febrero, únor;
> (iii) 'TMMONTH' is FEBRUARY, FEVEREIRO, FEBRERO, ÚNOR.
> How would we handle that case? Is it wrong to write "Únor"?
Yes it is. Only if it is a first word in a sentence or name you should
use "Ú". Also name of day is 'pondělí' (Monday) with small p
If I read description of "Month" pattern, it says "full mixed-case month
name (blank-padded to 9 chars)". By my opinion this patter should keep
standard locale behavior - it means for English February, for Czech únor.
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