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// The <KPDL> key is a mess.
// It was probably originally meant to be a decimal separator.
// Except since it was declared by USA people it didn't use the original
// SI separator "," but a "." (since then the USA managed to f-up the SI
// by making "." an accepted alternative, but standards still use "," as
// default)
// As a result users of SI-abiding countries expect either a "." or a ","
// or a "decimal_separator" which may or may not be translated in one of the
// above depending on applications.
// It's not possible to define a default per-country since user expectations
// depend on the conflicting choices of their most-used applications,
// operating system, etc. Therefore it needs to be a configuration setting
// Copyright © 2007 Nicolas Mailhot <nicolas.mailhot @ laposte.net>


// Legacy <KPDL> #1
// This assumes KP_Decimal will be translated in a dot
partial keypad_keys
xkb_symbols "dot" {

    key.type[Group1]="KEYPAD" ;

    key <KPDL> { [ KP_Delete, KP_Decimal ] }; // <delete> <separator>
};


// Legacy <KPDL> #2
// This assumes KP_Separator will be translated in a comma
partial keypad_keys
xkb_symbols "comma" {

    key.type[Group1]="KEYPAD" ;

    key <KPDL> { [ KP_Delete, KP_Separator ] }; // <delete> <separator>
};


// Period <KPDL>, usual keyboard serigraphy in most countries
partial keypad_keys
xkb_symbols "dotoss" {

    key.type[Group1]="FOUR_LEVEL_MIXED_KEYPAD" ;

    key <KPDL> { [ KP_Delete, period, comma, 0x100202F ] }; // <delete> . , ⍽ (narrow no-break space)
};


// Period <KPDL>, usual keyboard serigraphy in most countries, latin-9 restriction
partial keypad_keys
xkb_symbols "dotoss_latin9" {

    key.type[Group1]="FOUR_LEVEL_MIXED_KEYPAD" ;

    key <KPDL> { [ KP_Delete, period, comma, nobreakspace ] }; // <delete> . , ⍽ (no-break space)
};


// Comma <KPDL>, what most non anglo-saxon people consider the real separator
partial keypad_keys
xkb_symbols "commaoss" {

    key.type[Group1]="FOUR_LEVEL_MIXED_KEYPAD" ;

    key <KPDL> { [ KP_Delete, comma, period, 0x100202F ] }; // <delete> , . ⍽ (narrow no-break space)
};


// Momayyez <KPDL>: Bahrain, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Syria, UAE
partial keypad_keys
xkb_symbols "momayyezoss" {

    key.type[Group1]="FOUR_LEVEL_MIXED_KEYPAD" ;

    key <KPDL> { [ KP_Delete, 0x100066B, comma, 0x100202F ] }; // <delete> ? , ⍽ (narrow no-break space)
};


// Abstracted <KPDL>, pray everything will work out (it usually does not)
partial keypad_keys
xkb_symbols "kposs" {

    key.type[Group1]="FOUR_LEVEL_MIXED_KEYPAD" ;

    key <KPDL> { [ KP_Delete, KP_Decimal, KP_Separator, 0x100202F ] }; // <delete> ? ? ⍽ (narrow no-break space)
};

// Spreadsheets may be configured to use the dot as decimal
// punctuation, comma as a thousands separator and then semi-colon as
// the list separator. Of these, dot and semi-colon is most important
// when entering data by the keyboard; the comma can then be inferred
// and added to the presentation afterwards. Using semi-colon as a
// general separator may in fact be preferred to avoid ambiguities
// in data files. Most times a decimal separator is hard-coded, it
// seems to be period, probably since this is the syntax used in
// (most) programming languages.
partial keypad_keys
xkb_symbols "semi" {

    key.type[Group1]="FOUR_LEVEL_MIXED_KEYPAD" ;

    key <KPDL> { [ NoSymbol, NoSymbol, semicolon ] };
};