English language locale for Denmark, Narrative Cultural Specification

Users: general, applications: general
Source: Danish Standards Association, date: 1996-09-18, version: 4.2
Token identifier: en_DK,_4.2
POSIX-locale: en_DK,_4.2

Clause 1: Alphanumeric deterministic ordering

Ordering in English is following normal to ordering on the Latin script.

Clause 2: Classification of characters

English language users in Denmark use normal classification of letters in uppercase and lowercase, this classification is also applicable to scripts like Greek and Cyrillic.

Clause 3: Numeric formatting

The decimal separator is COMMA <,>
The thousands separator is FULL STOP <.>
The grouping of large numbers is in groups of three digits.

Clause 4: Monetary formatting

International currency symbol: DKK 543,21
Domestic currency symbol: kr 543,21
Use of negative sign: kr -543,21

Clause 5: Date and time conventions

The English month and weekday names all begin with a capital letter.

English name Weekday names Short weekday names
Sunday Sunday Sun
Monday Monday Mon
Tuesday Tuesday Tue
Wednesday Wednesday Wed
Thursday Thursday Thu
Friday Friday Fri
Saturday Saturday Sat

English name Month name Short month name
January January Jan
February February Feb
March March Mar
April April Apr
May May May
June June Jun
July July Jul
August August Aug
September September Sep
October October Oct
November November Nov
December December Dec

Long date: 07 June 1994
Abbreviated day and time: 1994-06-07T23:22:33 CET DST
long date with weekday: Wednesday 21 December 1994
Abbreviated long date: 1994-06-07
Numeric date: 1994-06-07
Time: 18:06:20

The 24 hour system is used in Denmark. There are no abbreviations commonly in use for before or after noon.

Clause 6: Affirmative and negative answers

Yes expressions 1JjSsYyOo
No expressions 0Nn

End of Narrative Cultural Specification.