Before start this test, make sure the dojo/cldr/nls contains the data for "zh-cn", "fr-fr", and "ja-jp" and currencies CNY, EGP, EUR, JPY. If not, convert these CLDR data and put them there.
Some browsers like FireFox have a bug on the non-breaking space character (U+00A0, or   or   in HTML). They always convert the NBSP character to a normal space (U+0020,   in HTML) automatically in the following circumstances:
You cannot read a real NBSP character from an INPUT element on these browsers. It causes issues when some formatting data in CLDR contains an NBSP character. For example,
So Dojo may generate formatted data with NBSP characters in it but cannot read NBSP charaters from user's input in some browser.
Most Bidi currency symbols contain an LTR-MARK (U+200F) character at the very beginning.
But Firefox ignores it when it is not in any escaping form. This should be a bug of Firefox.
For example, click
alert(''.indexOf('\u+200F')) (there is a U+200F in the empty-looking string):
But if the U+200F is in some escaping form, Firefox will work as well as other browsers.
alert('\u200F'.indexOf('\u+200F')) to see the same result both in Firefox and IE:
Strictly speaking, the data conversion must support non-European number characters in some locales like Arabic and Hindi. For example, ICU formats a number data into Indic number characters by default in the Arabic locale. However, currently Dojo does not support this feature (Dojo uses the default number conversion of the browser).