Subject Localisation
Author Robert martin

Doing a spot of localisation in our app. In Europe a , is used as a
decimal separator. I have noticed that FB / IBO ignores this and the .
is used even when your computer is setup otherwise (i.e. Italy). Is
this always correct, will FB / IBO always expect . in SQL strings?

I have been changing our app to not build SQL strings where a Float is
to be built into the string. I use parameters instead. However I have
hit a couple of places where this is not possible (in one case building
an EditSQL SQL in a TIBOQuery). Is it safe to just convert the float
into nnnn.nn ?

Not sure if I should as the FB list but thought I would try here first
in case the . functionality is IBO specific.