Need help on Translation pattern

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Apr 2nd, 2008

Dear Friends, I want to know why we use # symbal in the translation pattern. 3210.#9xxxxxxxxxx.

why we are using # in the translation pattern, some time # in the end of the translation pattern.

pls let me in details why we are using? what is the use of it.

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Esa

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pklos Thu, 04/03/2008 - 02:30

Hi,

Usually # is used as finishing/confirming sign for variable length call number. For example for international call you don't know how long number is, so you can do 0.00!#

you can put triple zeros, next as long number as needed and at the end press # to avoid waiting for inter digit timeout.

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PK

esa786_2 Thu, 04/03/2008 - 14:41

Hi. If # is at the end, your answer is correct, if the # is in front like 3269.#2356421234 , here what is the use of # at front

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Esa

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