mattyh2433 Money & Economics
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Accounting. You want the currency indicated first.
But then why do European countries do it the other way?
Not all European nations write it other way around…UK, Denmark, Netherlands, norway, Switzerland to name a few write it to the left
Besides…just because Europe does things a certain way doesn't automatically make it standard…for the most part the rest of the world have the symbol to the left
It does. Only Amercians for some reason put it before.
Yeah in (most?) european countries it's 100€
I have never seen it written €100 in my life.
It's so weird and counterintuitive when I see Americans write $100. Why would you do that?
I have no idea. My kids were the first to point out to me it makes no sense.
I slowly found myself putting the $ after the number except for formal settings I have to do it correctly.
It's the same in the UK, we write £100. It was like that when cheques were a thing, to prevent people from changing the amount (£100.00 can't be changed, but if you write 100£ then people can add another number in front eg 5100£).
By the time the Euro was introduced cheques were already a thing of the past, but I wonder whether how those countries wrote it in Francs, Lira etc?
I don't know mate, never in my life have I heard about anyone using cheques here. When I was a little kid and my parents were explaining to me what a cheque is, they told me that that's some ancient method of payment that was used in the USA.
I wish they were a thing of the past. I still get paid by cheque sometimes.
Damn, where are you from? I have literally never seen a cheque, or heard about somone using it.
For me, cheques were always just an another weird thing from old American films.
what problems does this cause in your life?
If you write 100.00$, I can change that it 99100.00$ pretty easily.
Can't really change $100.00.
Also always include the decimal and cents as Rainbwned did. Just $100 can be altered. $100.00 cant.
If I were to guess I would suggest that before you care about the amount you care about the currency you are paying it in.
In Europe that's the case
It is in other countries 100₴ in Ukraine = 100 hryvnias