For a contrived example in en-US:
10, 10., 10.0, 1,000, and 1,000,000.
Which could mean:
- ten implying a countable amount
- ten with decimal point implying two significant digits
- ten with decimal and zero implying three significant digits
- one thousand using comma separator implying a countable amount
- one million using comma separator with ambiguous period which could be decimal or end of sentence
In fr-FR, would the same list be presented this way?
10, 10,, 10,0, 1 000, et 1 000 000.
In which case is the ambiguity at the end resolved? Is « ,, » ever allowed?