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I want to change currency decimal symbol from comma to dot for Arabic store view.

Below is the solution that I tried but it's not working for all the pages like category, search page, minicart, checkout cart page its only working with product page.

namespace CustomModule\CustomPriceFormat\Model;
use Magento\Framework\Locale\Bundle\DataBundle;

class Format extends \Magento\Framework\Locale\Format
{
    private static $defaultNumberSet = 'latn';

    public function getPriceFormat($localeCode = null, $currencyCode = null)
    {
        $localeCode = $localeCode ?: $this->_localeResolver->getLocale();
        if ($currencyCode) {
            $currency = $this->currencyFactory->create()->load($currencyCode);
        } else {
            $currency = $this->_scopeResolver->getScope()->getCurrentCurrency();
        }

        $localeData = (new DataBundle())->get($localeCode);
        $defaultSet = $localeData['NumberElements']['default'] ?: self::$defaultNumberSet;

        $format = $localeData['NumberElements'][$defaultSet]['patterns']['currencyFormat']
            ?: ($localeData['NumberElements'][self::$defaultNumberSet]['patterns']['currencyFormat']
                ?: explode(';', $localeData['NumberPatterns'][1])[0]);

        //your main changes are gone here.....
        $decimalSymbol = '.';
        $groupSymbol = ',';

        $pos = strpos($format, ';');
        if ($pos !== false) {
            $format = substr($format, 0, $pos);
        }
        $format = preg_replace("/[^0\#\.,]/", "", $format);
        $totalPrecision = 0;
        $decimalPoint = strpos($format, '.');
        if ($decimalPoint !== false) {
            $totalPrecision = strlen($format) - (strrpos($format, '.') + 1);
        } else {
            $decimalPoint = strlen($format);
        }
        $requiredPrecision = $totalPrecision;
        $t = substr($format, $decimalPoint);
        $pos = strpos($t, '#');
        if ($pos !== false) {
            $requiredPrecision = strlen($t) - $pos - $totalPrecision;
        }

        if (strrpos($format, ',') !== false) {
            $group = $decimalPoint - strrpos($format, ',') - 1;
        } else {
            $group = strrpos($format, '.');
        }
        $integerRequired = strpos($format, '.') - strpos($format, '0');

        $result = [
            //TODO: change interface
            'pattern' => $currency->getOutputFormat(),
            'precision' => $totalPrecision,
            'requiredPrecision' => $requiredPrecision,
            'decimalSymbol' => $decimalSymbol,
            'groupSymbol' => $groupSymbol,
            'groupLength' => $group,
            'integerRequired' => $integerRequired,
        ];       
        //print_r($result);
        //exit;
        return $result;
    }
}

Any solution available that will work for every page?

Thanks

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  • Do you change like this (prnt.sc/zunurl)?
    – ZealousWeb
    Feb 17, 2021 at 12:18
  • I need like this prnt.sc/zutkui
    – MageDev
    Feb 17, 2021 at 13:07
  • I have one solution but you have to done changes to the core file. Because I can't try overriding that file or anything else.
    – ZealousWeb
    Feb 17, 2021 at 13:12
  • I don't want to change in core file otherwise below solution working vendor/magento/zendframework1/library/Zend/Locale/Data/ar_KW.xml <numbers> <symbols numberSystem="latn"> <decimal>.</decimal> <group>,</group> <list>;</list> <percentSign>%</percentSign> <plusSign>+</plusSign> <minusSign>-</minusSign> <exponential>E</exponential> <superscriptingExponent>×</superscriptingExponent> <perMille>‰</perMille> <infinity>∞</infinity> <nan>NaN</nan> </symbols> </numbers>
    – MageDev
    Feb 17, 2021 at 13:32

1 Answer 1

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You also need to override the Zend framework for the change to be visible in all pages.

Create file and directory: lib/Zend/Locale/Format.php

Copy the Format.php file from vendor....Zend/Locale/Format.php and modify as follows:

Search for instances of $symbols = Zend_Locale_Data::getList and for each instance, add the following code to override the decimal symbol:

$symbols['decimal'] = '.';

For more details on how to override Zend files using composer, see: How to override a Zend class?

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