Daniel Muey
and 1 contributors

NAME

Locales::DB::Docs::PluralForms - plural form details reference for all included locales

VERSION

Locales.pm v0.09 (based on CLDR v2.0)

DESCRIPTION

CLDR defines a set of broad plural categories and rules that determine which category any given number will fall under.

Locales allows you to determine the plural categories applicable to a specific locale and also which category a given number will fall under in that locale.

This POD documents which categories and in what order you'd specify them in additional arguments to "get_plural_form()" in Locales (i.e. the optional arguments after the number).

“Special Zero” Argument

In addition to the CLDR category value list you can also specify one additional argument of what to use for zero instead of the value for “other”.

This won't be used if 0 falls under a specific category besides “other”.

Plural Category Argument Order Reference

aa
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
ab

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “ab”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

ace

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “ace”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

ach

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “ach”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

ada

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “ada”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

ady

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “ady”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

ae

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “ae”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

af
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
afa

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “afa”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

afh

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “afh”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

agq
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
ain

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “ain”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

ak
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)

Note: zero falls under a different category than “other” so there is no "“Special Zero” Argument" for ak

akk

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “akk”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

ale

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “ale”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

alg

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “alg”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

alt

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “alt”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

am
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)

Note: zero falls under a different category than “other” so there is no "“Special Zero” Argument" for am

an

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “an”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

ang

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “ang”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

anp

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “anp”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

apa

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “apa”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

ar
    get_plural_form($n, one, two, few, many, zero, other)

Note: zero falls under a different category than “other” so there is no "“Special Zero” Argument" for ar

arc

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “arc”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

arn

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “arn”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

arp

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “arp”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

art

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “art”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

arw

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “arw”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

as
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
asa
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
ast

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “ast”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

ath

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “ath”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

aus

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “aus”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

av

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “av”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

awa

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “awa”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

ay

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “ay”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

az
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
ba

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “ba”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

bad

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “bad”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

bai

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “bai”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

bal

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “bal”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

ban

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “ban”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

bas
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
bat

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “bat”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

be
    get_plural_form($n, one, few, many, other)

Note: zero falls under a different category than “other” so there is no "“Special Zero” Argument" for be

bej

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “bej”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

bem
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
ber

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “ber”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

bez
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
bg
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
bh

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “bh”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

bho

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “bho”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

bi

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “bi”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

bik

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “bik”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

bin

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “bin”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

bla

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “bla”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

bm
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
bn
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
bnt

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “bnt”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

bo
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
br
    get_plural_form($n, one, two, few, many, zero, other)

Note: zero falls under a different category than “other” so there is no "“Special Zero” Argument" for br

bra

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “bra”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

brx
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
bs
    get_plural_form($n, one, few, many, other)

Note: zero falls under a different category than “other” so there is no "“Special Zero” Argument" for bs

btk

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “btk”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

bua

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “bua”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

bug

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “bug”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

byn
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
ca
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
cad

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “cad”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

cai

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “cai”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

car

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “car”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

cau

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “cau”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

cay

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “cay”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

cch
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
ce

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “ce”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

ceb

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “ceb”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

cel

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “cel”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

cgg
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
ch

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “ch”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

chb

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “chb”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

chg

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “chg”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

chk

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “chk”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

chm

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “chm”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

chn

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “chn”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

cho

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “cho”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

chp

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “chp”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

chr
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
chy

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “chy”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

cmc

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “cmc”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

co

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “co”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

cop

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “cop”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

cpe

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “cpe”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

cpf

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “cpf”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

cpp

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “cpp”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

cr

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “cr”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

crh

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “crh”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

crp

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “crp”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

cs
    get_plural_form($n, one, few, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, few, other, special_zero)
csb

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “csb”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

cu

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “cu”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

cus

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “cus”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

cv

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “cv”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

cy
    get_plural_form($n, one, two, few, many, zero, other)

Note: zero falls under a different category than “other” so there is no "“Special Zero” Argument" for cy

da
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
dak

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “dak”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

dar

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “dar”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

dav
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
day

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “day”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

de
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
de_at
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
de_ch
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
del

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “del”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

den

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “den”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

dgr

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “dgr”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

din

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “din”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

dje
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
doi

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “doi”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

dra

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “dra”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

dsb

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “dsb”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

dua
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
dum

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “dum”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

dv

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “dv”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

dyo
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
dyu

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “dyu”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

dz
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
ebu
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
ee
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
efi

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “efi”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

egy

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “egy”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

eka

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “eka”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

el
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
elx

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “elx”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

en
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
en_au
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
en_ca
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
en_gb
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
en_us
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
enm

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “enm”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

eo
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
es
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
es_419
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
es_es
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
et
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
eu
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
ewo
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
fa
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
fan

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “fan”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

fat

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “fat”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

ff
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)

Note: zero falls under a different category than “other” so there is no "“Special Zero” Argument" for ff

fi
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
fil
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)

Note: zero falls under a different category than “other” so there is no "“Special Zero” Argument" for fil

fiu

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “fiu”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

fj

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “fj”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

fo
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
fon

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “fon”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

fr
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)

Note: zero falls under a different category than “other” so there is no "“Special Zero” Argument" for fr

fr_ca
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)

Note: zero falls under a different category than “other” so there is no "“Special Zero” Argument" for fr_ca

fr_ch
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)

Note: zero falls under a different category than “other” so there is no "“Special Zero” Argument" for fr_ch

frm

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “frm”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

fro

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “fro”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

frr

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “frr”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

frs

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “frs”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

fur
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
fy

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “fy”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

ga
    get_plural_form($n, one, two, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, two, other, special_zero)
gaa
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
gay

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “gay”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

gba

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “gba”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

gd

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “gd”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

gem

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “gem”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

gez

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “gez”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

gil

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “gil”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

gl
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
gmh

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “gmh”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

gn

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “gn”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

goh

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “goh”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

gon

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “gon”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

gor

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “gor”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

got

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “got”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

grb

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “grb”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

grc

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “grc”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

gsw
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
gu
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
guz
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
gv
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)

Note: zero falls under a different category than “other” so there is no "“Special Zero” Argument" for gv

gwi

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “gwi”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

ha
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
hai

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “hai”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

haw
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
he
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
hi
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)

Note: zero falls under a different category than “other” so there is no "“Special Zero” Argument" for hi

hil

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “hil”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

him

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “him”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

hit

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “hit”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

hmn

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “hmn”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

ho

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “ho”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

hr
    get_plural_form($n, one, few, many, other)

Note: zero falls under a different category than “other” so there is no "“Special Zero” Argument" for hr

hsb

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “hsb”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

ht

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “ht”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

hu
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
hup

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “hup”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

hy
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
hz

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “hz”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

ia
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
iba

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “iba”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

id
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
ie

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “ie”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

ig
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
ii
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
ijo

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “ijo”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

ik

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “ik”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

ilo

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “ilo”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

inc

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “inc”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

ine

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “ine”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

inh

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “inh”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

io

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “io”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

ira

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “ira”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

iro

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “iro”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

is
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
it
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
iu

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “iu”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

ja
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
jbo

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “jbo”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

jmc
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
jpr

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “jpr”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

jrb

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “jrb”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

jv

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “jv”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

ka
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
kaa

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “kaa”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

kab
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)

Note: zero falls under a different category than “other” so there is no "“Special Zero” Argument" for kab

kac

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “kac”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

kaj
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
kam
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
kar

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “kar”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

kaw

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “kaw”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

kbd

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “kbd”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

kcg
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
kde
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
kea
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
kfo

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “kfo”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

kg

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “kg”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

kha

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “kha”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

khi

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “khi”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

kho

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “kho”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

khq
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
ki
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
kj

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “kj”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

kk
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
kl
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
kln
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
km
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
kmb

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “kmb”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

kn
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
ko
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
kok
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
kos

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “kos”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

kpe

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “kpe”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

kr

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “kr”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

krc

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “krc”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

krl

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “krl”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

kro

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “kro”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

kru

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “kru”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

ks

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “ks”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

ksb
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
ksf
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
ksh
    get_plural_form($n, one, zero, other)

Note: zero falls under a different category than “other” so there is no "“Special Zero” Argument" for ksh

ku
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
kum

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “kum”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

kut

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “kut”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

kv

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “kv”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

kw
    get_plural_form($n, one, two, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, two, other, special_zero)
ky
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
la

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “la”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

lad

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “lad”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

lag
    get_plural_form($n, one, zero, other)

Note: zero falls under a different category than “other” so there is no "“Special Zero” Argument" for lag

lah

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “lah”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

lam

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “lam”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

lb

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “lb”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

lez

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “lez”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

lg
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
li

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “li”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

ln
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)

Note: zero falls under a different category than “other” so there is no "“Special Zero” Argument" for ln

lo
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
lol

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “lol”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

loz

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “loz”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

lt
    get_plural_form($n, one, few, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, few, other, special_zero)
lu
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
lua

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “lua”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

lui

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “lui”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

lun

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “lun”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

luo
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
lus

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “lus”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

luy
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
lv
    get_plural_form($n, one, zero, other)

Note: zero falls under a different category than “other” so there is no "“Special Zero” Argument" for lv

mad

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “mad”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

mag

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “mag”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

mai

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “mai”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

mak

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “mak”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

man

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “man”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

map

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “map”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

mas
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
mdf

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “mdf”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

mdr

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “mdr”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

men

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “men”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

mer
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
mfe
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
mg
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)

Note: zero falls under a different category than “other” so there is no "“Special Zero” Argument" for mg

mga

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “mga”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

mgh
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
mh

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “mh”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

mi

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “mi”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

mic

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “mic”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

min

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “min”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

mis

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “mis”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

mk
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
mkh

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “mkh”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

ml
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
mn
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
mnc

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “mnc”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

mni

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “mni”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

mno

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “mno”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

mo
    get_plural_form($n, one, few, other)

Note: zero falls under a different category than “other” so there is no "“Special Zero” Argument" for mo

moh

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “moh”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

mos

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “mos”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

mr
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
ms
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
mt
    get_plural_form($n, one, few, many, other)

Note: zero falls under a different category than “other” so there is no "“Special Zero” Argument" for mt

mua
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
mul

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “mul”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

mun

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “mun”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

mus

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “mus”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

mwl

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “mwl”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

mwr

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “mwr”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

my
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
myn

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “myn”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

myv

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “myv”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

na

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “na”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

nah

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “nah”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

nai

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “nai”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

nap

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “nap”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

naq
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
nb
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
nd
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
nds
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
ne
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
new

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “new”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

ng

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “ng”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

nia

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “nia”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

nic

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “nic”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

niu

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “niu”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

nl
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
nl_be
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
nmg
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
nn
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
no
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
nog

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “nog”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

non

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “non”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

nqo

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “nqo”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

nr
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
nso
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)

Note: zero falls under a different category than “other” so there is no "“Special Zero” Argument" for nso

nub

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “nub”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

nus
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
nv

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “nv”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

nwc

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “nwc”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

ny

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “ny”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

nym

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “nym”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

nyn
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
nyo

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “nyo”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

nzi

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “nzi”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

oc
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
oj

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “oj”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

om
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
or
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
os

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “os”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

osa

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “osa”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

ota

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “ota”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

oto

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “oto”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

pa
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
paa

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “paa”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

pag

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “pag”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

pal

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “pal”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

pam

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “pam”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

pap

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “pap”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

pau

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “pau”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

peo

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “peo”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

phi

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “phi”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

phn

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “phn”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

pi

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “pi”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

pl
    get_plural_form($n, one, few, many, other)

Note: zero falls under a different category than “other” so there is no "“Special Zero” Argument" for pl

pon

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “pon”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

pra

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “pra”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

pro

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “pro”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

ps
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
pt
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
pt_br
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
pt_pt
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
qu

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “qu”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

raj

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “raj”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

rap

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “rap”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

rar

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “rar”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

rm
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
rn
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
ro
    get_plural_form($n, one, few, other)

Note: zero falls under a different category than “other” so there is no "“Special Zero” Argument" for ro

roa

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “roa”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

rof
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
rom

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “rom”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

ru
    get_plural_form($n, one, few, many, other)

Note: zero falls under a different category than “other” so there is no "“Special Zero” Argument" for ru

rup

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “rup”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

rw
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
rwk
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
sa

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “sa”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

sad

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “sad”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

sah
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
sai

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “sai”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

sal

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “sal”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

sam

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “sam”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

saq
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
sas

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “sas”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

sat

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “sat”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

sbp
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
sc

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “sc”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

scn

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “scn”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

sco

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “sco”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

sd

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “sd”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

se
    get_plural_form($n, one, two, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, two, other, special_zero)
see

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “see”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

seh
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
sel

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “sel”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

sem

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “sem”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

ses
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
sg
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
sga

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “sga”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

sgn

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “sgn”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

sh
    get_plural_form($n, one, few, many, other)

Note: zero falls under a different category than “other” so there is no "“Special Zero” Argument" for sh

shi
    get_plural_form($n, one, few, other)

Note: zero falls under a different category than “other” so there is no "“Special Zero” Argument" for shi

shn

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “shn”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

si
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
sid
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
sio

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “sio”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

sit

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “sit”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

sk
    get_plural_form($n, one, few, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, few, other, special_zero)
sl
    get_plural_form($n, one, two, few, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, two, few, other, special_zero)
sla

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “sla”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

sm

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “sm”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

sma

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “sma”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

smi

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “smi”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

smj

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “smj”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

smn

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “smn”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

sms

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “sms”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

sn
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
snk

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “snk”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

so
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
sog

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “sog”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

son

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “son”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

sq
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
sr
    get_plural_form($n, one, few, many, other)

Note: zero falls under a different category than “other” so there is no "“Special Zero” Argument" for sr

srn

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “srn”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

srr

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “srr”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

ss
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
ssa

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “ssa”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

ssy
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
st
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
su

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “su”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

suk

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “suk”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

sus

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “sus”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

sux

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “sux”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

sv
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
sw
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
swb

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “swb”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

swc
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
syc

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “syc”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

syr

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “syr”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

ta
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
tai

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “tai”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

te
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
tem

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “tem”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

teo
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
ter

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “ter”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

tet

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “tet”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

tg
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
th
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
ti
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)

Note: zero falls under a different category than “other” so there is no "“Special Zero” Argument" for ti

tig
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
tiv

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “tiv”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

tk

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “tk”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

tkl

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “tkl”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

tl
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)

Note: zero falls under a different category than “other” so there is no "“Special Zero” Argument" for tl

tlh

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “tlh”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

tli

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “tli”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

tmh

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “tmh”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

tn
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
to
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
tog

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “tog”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

tpi

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “tpi”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

tr
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
trv
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
ts
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
tsi

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “tsi”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

tt

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “tt”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

tum

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “tum”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

tup

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “tup”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

tut

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “tut”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

tvl

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “tvl”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

tw

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “tw”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

twq
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
ty

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “ty”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

tyv

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “tyv”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

tzm
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)

Note: zero falls under a different category than “other” so there is no "“Special Zero” Argument" for tzm

udm

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “udm”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

ug

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “ug”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

uga

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “uga”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

uk
    get_plural_form($n, one, few, many, other)

Note: zero falls under a different category than “other” so there is no "“Special Zero” Argument" for uk

umb

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “umb”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

und

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “und”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

ur
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
uz
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
vai
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
ve
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
vi
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
vo

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “vo”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

vot

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “vot”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

vun
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
wa

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “wa”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

wae
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
wak

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “wak”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

wal
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
war

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “war”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

was

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “was”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

wen

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “wen”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

wo

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “wo”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

xal

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “xal”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

xh
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
xog
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
yao

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “yao”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

yap

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “yap”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

yav
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
yi

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “yi”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

yo
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
ypk

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “ypk”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

yue

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “yue”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

za

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “za”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

zap

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “zap”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

zbl

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “zbl”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

zen

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “zen”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

zh
    get_plural_form($n, other)
    get_plural_form($n, other, special_zero)
znd

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “znd”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

zu
    get_plural_form($n, one, other)
    get_plural_form($n, one, other, special_zero)
zun

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “zun”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

zxx

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “zxx”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

zza

CLDR 2.0 did not define data for “zza”, thus it will fallback to "en" behavior.

You can submit the missing data to the CLDR if you wish.

BUGS AND LIMITATIONS

Please see "BUGS AND LIMITATIONS" in Locales

BEFORE YOU SUBMIT A BUG REPORT

Please see "BEFORE YOU SUBMIT A BUG REPORT" in Locales

AUTHOR

Daniel Muey <http://drmuey.com/cpan_contact.pl>

LICENCE AND COPYRIGHT

Copyright (c) 2009, Daniel Muey <http://drmuey.com/cpan_contact.pl>. All rights reserved.

This module is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. See perlartistic.

DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTY

BECAUSE THIS SOFTWARE IS LICENSED FREE OF CHARGE, THERE IS NO WARRANTY FOR THE SOFTWARE, TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY APPLICABLE LAW. EXCEPT WHEN OTHERWISE STATED IN WRITING THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND/OR OTHER PARTIES PROVIDE THE SOFTWARE "AS IS" WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EITHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. THE ENTIRE RISK AS TO THE QUALITY AND PERFORMANCE OF THE SOFTWARE IS WITH YOU. SHOULD THE SOFTWARE PROVE DEFECTIVE, YOU ASSUME THE COST OF ALL NECESSARY SERVICING, REPAIR, OR CORRECTION.

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