Some units have different values in different locations. The
localization feature accomodates this by allowing the units database to
specify region dependent definitions. A locale region in the units
database begins with `!locale' followed by the name of the locale. The
leading `!' must appear in the first column of the units database. The
locale region is terminated by `!endlocale'. The following example
shows how to define a couple units in a locale.
The current locale is specified by the `LOCALE' environment
variable. Note that the `-c' option only checks the definitions which
are active for the current locale.
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