Instance Property


The international currency symbol used by the receiver.


@property(copy) NSString *internationalCurrencySymbol;


A country typically has a local currency symbol and an international currency symbol. The local symbol is used within the country, while the international currency symbol is used in international contexts to specify that country’s currency unambiguously. The international currency symbol is often represented by a Unicode code point.

See Also

Configuring the Format of Currency


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


The receiver’s currency code.


The currency grouping separator for the receiver.

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