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comment_char %
escape_char /

% This file is part of the GNU C Library and contains locale data.
% The Free Software Foundation does not claim any copyright interest
% in the locale data contained in this file.  The foregoing does not
% affect the license of the GNU C Library as a whole.  It does not
% exempt you from the conditions of the license if your use would
% otherwise be governed by that license.

% Punjabi (Shamukhi) Language Locale for Pakistan
% Source:
% Contact: Amanpreet Singh Alam
% Email: amanpreetalam@yahoo.com
% Language: pa
% Territory: PK
% Revision: 0.1
% Date: 2005-12-31
% Users: general

LC_IDENTIFICATION
title      "Punjabi (Shahmukhi) Language Locale for Pakistan"
source     ""
address    ""
contact    ""
email      "bug-glibc-locales@gnu.org"
tel        ""
fax        ""
language   "Punjabi"
territory  "Pakistan"
revision   "0.3"
date       "2000-07-11"

category "i18n:2012";LC_IDENTIFICATION
category "i18n:2012";LC_CTYPE
category "i18n:2012";LC_COLLATE
category "i18n:2012";LC_TIME
category "i18n:2012";LC_NUMERIC
category "i18n:2012";LC_MONETARY
category "i18n:2012";LC_MESSAGES
category "i18n:2012";LC_PAPER
category "i18n:2012";LC_NAME
category "i18n:2012";LC_ADDRESS
category "i18n:2012";LC_TELEPHONE
category "i18n:2012";LC_MEASUREMENT
END LC_IDENTIFICATION

LC_CTYPE
copy "i18n"
translit_start
include "translit_combining";""

% those two lettes are not in cp1256...

% Maddah above -> Alef with madda above
<U0653> "<U0622>"
% Farsi yeh -> yeh
<U06CC> "<U064A>"

translit_end
END LC_CTYPE

LC_COLLATE
copy "en_DK"
END LC_COLLATE

LC_MONETARY
copy "ur_PK"
END LC_MONETARY

LC_NUMERIC
copy "ur_PK"
END LC_NUMERIC

% Since their is no abbreviated version of the days in urdu I have used the
% full names of the days
% Using only the first letters of the day would have caused a conflict here
% as both "Jumairat(Thurs)" and "Juma(Friday)" have the same starting letter
% Jeem <U062C>
LC_TIME

abday   "<U0627><U062A><U0648><U0627><U0631>";/
	"<U067E><U064A><U0631>";/
	"<U0645><U0646><U06AF><U0644>";/
	"<U0628><U062F><U06BE>";/
	"<U062C><U0645><U0639><U0631><U0627><U062A>";/
	"<U062C><U0645><U0639><U0647>";/
	"<U0647><U0641><U062A><U0647>"
day	"<U0627><U062A><U0648><U0627><U0631>";/
	"<U067E><U064A><U0631>";/
	"<U0645><U0646><U06AF><U0644>";/
	"<U0628><U062F><U06BE>";/
	"<U062C><U0645><U0639><U0631><U0627><U062A>";/
	"<U062C><U0645><U0639><U0647>";/
	"<U0647><U0641><U062A><U0647>"
abmon	"<U062C><U0646><U0648><U0631><U064A>";/
	"<U0641><U0631><U0648><U0631><U064A>";/
	"<U0645><U0627><U0631><U0686>";/
	"<U0627><U067E><U0631><U064A><U0644>";/
	"<U0645><U0653><U06CC>";/
	"<U062C><U0648><U0646>";/
	"<U062C><U0648><U0644><U0627><U064A>";/
	"<U0627><U06AF><U0633><U062A>";/
	"<U0633><U062A><U0645><U0628><U0631>";/
	"<U0627><U0643><U062A><U0648><U0628><U0631>";/
	"<U0646><U0648><U0645><U0628><U0631>";/
	"<U062F><U0633><U0645><U0628><U0631>"
mon	"<U062C><U0646><U0648><U0631><U064A>";/
	"<U0641><U0631><U0648><U0631><U064A>";/
	"<U0645><U0627><U0631><U0686>";/
	"<U0627><U067E><U0631><U064A><U0644>";/
	"<U0645><U0653><U06CC>";/
	"<U062C><U0648><U0646>";/
	"<U062C><U0648><U0644><U0627><U064A>";/
	"<U0627><U06AF><U0633><U062A>";/
	"<U0633><U062A><U0645><U0628><U0631>";/
	"<U0627><U0643><U062A><U0648><U0628><U0631>";/
	"<U0646><U0648><U0645><U0628><U0631>";/
	"<U062F><U0633><U0645><U0628><U0631>"

% Date Time Format
d_t_fmt "<U0648> %H:%M:%S %Z <U062A> %d %B %Y"

% date Format. I have put this in reverse order to try to get the date
% in R->L order
d_fmt "%d//%m//%Y"

% time format
t_fmt "%H:%M:%S"

%<U0635> stands for <U0635><U0628><U062D>
%<U0634> stands for <U0634><U0627><U0645>
am_pm "<U0635>";"<U0634>"

%time format in 12 hour clock
t_fmt_ampm "%P %I:%M:%S"

% display columns right to left ?
cal_direction	3
week 7;19971130;1
END LC_TIME

LC_MESSAGES

% locale based messages
% Can we put in the values for a cancel exression here?? I found a term that
% would define cancel appropriately
% <U0647> = <U0647><U0627><U06BA> , the last tag is for noon-ghunna!
% <U0628> = <U0628><U0644><U0643><U0644>
% again f and o are place holders
% <U0646> = <U0646><U0647><U064A><U06BA>
yesexpr "^[+1yY<U0647><U0628>f]"
noexpr  "^[-0nN<U0646>o]"
yesstr  "<U0628><U0644><U0643><U0644>"
nostr   "<U0646><U0647><U064A><U06BA>"
END LC_MESSAGES

%Draft Finished: 17:00 09/07/2000

LC_PAPER
copy "ur_PK"
END LC_PAPER

LC_MEASUREMENT
copy "ur_PK"
END LC_MEASUREMENT

LC_NAME
% FIXME
copy "ur_PK"
END LC_NAME

LC_ADDRESS
% FIXME
postal_fmt    "%a%N%f%N%d%N%b%N%h %s %e %r%N%T %z%N%c%N"
country_name "<U0A2A><U0A3E><U0A15><U0A3F><U0A38><U0A24><U0A3E><U0A28>"
country_ab2 "PK"
country_ab3 "PAK"
country_num 586
country_car "PK"
lang_name    "<U067E><U0646><U062C><U0627><U0628><U06CC>"
lang_ab      "pa"
lang_term    "pan"
lang_lib    "pan"
END LC_ADDRESS

LC_TELEPHONE
copy "ur_PK"
END LC_TELEPHONE