CRA: Number Prompt Dutch 'een honderd'

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Jan 31st, 2007

Hello, I have an issue regarding creating a number prompt using CRA Editor. Creating a number prompt with number "135" gives in Dutch: 'een honderd vijfendertig' (in English 'one hundred thirtyfive'). In Dutch the word 'een' ('one') must be skipped so you will get 'honderd vijfendertig'.

How can this be achieved?

(when the number is '235' then the outcome is correct 'twee honderd vijfendertig')

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l.mourits Wed, 01/31/2007 - 14:41

Yep, Dutch and German are typical language if it comes to that. There is no real solution as far as I know. Only solution I can think of is to change the logic in the script by adding an IF statement and only add the numberer prompt to the hundred if the first digit is > 1

HTH,

Leo

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