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Yes you can. English locale uses "one" instead of "%d", because because that is the only case when that plural form is used. But you can always use any placeholders you see in other plural forms of that same string.


2013.11.18 15:20, Mihovil Stanic rašė:
On that same example link, can you use %d in first sentence also?
In croatian 1, 21, 31, 41, 51, 61... use same plural form, so I can't write Oneas word, it needs to be number.

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Dana 18.11.2013 14:07, Andras Timar je napisao:
On Mon, Nov 18, 2013 at 1:15 PM, Mateusz Zasuwik <> wrote:

Why there are 3 fields and should I put there "\n" at the end of row? When I didn't, all words are in one line and it is not compatible with source

How many plural forms are there in Polish? Pootle thinks that there are 3.


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