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On Mon, Nov 3, 2014 at 12:46 PM, Jesper Hertel <>

I think what Safa meant was whether the curly brackets have any technical
meaning that we should be aware of. That is, whether they are treated in a
special way by the system.

And I believe that was a very good question. I am still looking forward to
someone giving a clear and full answer to it.
 Den 01/11/2014 15.16 skrev "anne-ology" <>:

 The full answer is:

From: Urmas <>
Date: Sat, Nov 1, 2014 at 4:49 AM
Subject: [libreoffice-l10n] Re: What are the strings in Curly brackets

They mark the part of the string which can be omitted if there is no
[parameters] value available inside them.


The file [1] is being held in use {by the following process: [2]}.

Now if [2] resolves to "explorer.exe" for example, then the resulting
string will be printed as:

The file example.txt is being held in use by the following process:

But if [2] is not known and resolves to empty sting, then the resulting
string will be:

The file example.txt is being held in use.

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