[jp] Re: Bug#246025: jpilot: dial feature - prefix mgmt needs current location support?

Ludovic Rousseau ludovic.rousseau at free.fr
Thu May 6 18:38:21 EDT 2004


Le Thursday 06 May 2004 à 23:49:14, Olaf Schulz a écrit:
> Also note that in some countries (e.g. in France!, Czech?) one always
> MUST dial the area code. (e.g. even in Paris you have to start with 01
> for local calls).

That's not really true. France is divided into 5 geographical zones (1,
2, 3, 4 and 5).

The 1 is for the center of France that is much larger than just Paris.
The 0 is for something like your default or local operator I don't
remember exactly. If you want to use another operator because you have a
contract with two different ones you can use another digit. That's why in
general you see (0)1 instead of just 01.

So a number in my area, south-est of France, zone n°4, is something like
+33 (0)4 12 34 56 78.

> For the rest I could follow your suggestions. Unfortunately I dont know
> either if there already exists some gnu/linux software dealing with
> these problems.

I don't know either. And I imagine it is a non easy problem if the
program has to deal with a reasonable number of different
coutries/possibilities.

Bye,

-- 
 Dr. Ludovic Rousseau                        Ludovic.Rousseau at free.fr
 -- Normaliser Unix c'est comme pasteuriser le camembert, L.R. --



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