Instance Property

currencyCode

The receiver’s currency code.

Declaration

@property(copy) NSString *currencyCode;

Discussion

A currency code is a three-letter code that is, in most cases, composed of a country’s two-character Internet country code plus an extra character to denote the currency unit. For example, the currency code for the Australian dollar is “AUD”. Currency codes are based on the ISO 4217 standard.

See Also

Configuring the Format of Currency

currencySymbol

The string used by the receiver as a local currency symbol.

internationalCurrencySymbol

The international currency symbol used by the receiver.

currencyGroupingSeparator

The currency grouping separator for the receiver.

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