On 14/06/16 20:18, [hidden email] wrote:
> As for the mathematical and prunounciation issues in french, I?m currently using the F1SMF locale.tcl file.
> I think the main difference between that version and the english default version is on how numbers between 71 to 79 and 91 to 99 are ?played?.
> For example, to say the number 75:
> In english, we would need to play the files ?7X? and ?5?
> In french, it is a mix of 60 and 15, so files played would be ?60? or ?6X? (which would be sixty, or ?soixante? in french?") and ?15?.
> Same logic for numbers between 91 and 99; they?ll be a mix of ?8X? and numbers between 11 and 19.
> Thanks and 73s from Guy VE2VAG
Just sticky-beaking, and this comes up. My NZ-schoolboy French (depuis
quarante-dix ans?) would have ?8X? as 4x20 (quatre-vingt), non? Or is
there an "Octante" in the French lexique now?
73, Dex, ZL2DEX