Plural/Mediawiki plural rules/row
Example of rendering with one row for one language code
Code  Language name (in English)  Group  CLDR rules  CLDR examples for integers  CLDR examples for decimal numbers  

[en]  English  Default  one  n is 1  1  1.0 
other  0, 1–100, 1000, 10000, 100000, 1000000, ...  0.0–0.9, 1.1–9.9, 10.0, 100.0, 1000.0, 10000.0, 100000.0, 1000000.0, ... 
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 Usage:
 Summary description.
 Syntax:

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Plural/Mediawiki plural rules/row
1 = language code 
group = common group of plural rules 
note = note 
r = number of rules 
r0 = rule zero 
e0 = examples of zero as an integer 
d0 = examples of zero with decimals 
r1 = rule one 
e1 = examples of one as an integer 
d1 = examples of one with decimals 
r2 = rule two 
e2 = examples of two as an integer 
d2 = examples of two with decimals 
rf = rule few 
ef = examples of few as an integer 
df = examples of few with decimals 
rm = rule many 
em = examples of many as an integer 
dm = examples of many with decimals 
e = examples of other as an integer 
d = examples of other with decimals }}
 Parameters:

1=
language code (required)group=
common group of plural rules (optional)note=
notes (optional)r =
number of rules (optional)r0=
rule for zero (optional)e0=
example values of zero as an integer (optional, only used if r0 is set)d0=
example values of zero with decimals (optional, only used if r0 is set)r1=
rule for one (optional)e1=
example values of one as an integer (optional, only used if r1 is set)d1=
example values of one with decimals (optional, only used if r1 is set)r2=
rule for two (optional)e2=
example values of two as an integer (optional, only used if r2 is set)d2=
example values of two with decimals (optional, only used if r2 is set)rf=
rule for few (optional)ef=
example values of few as an integer (optional, only used if rf is set)df=
example values of few with decimals (optional, only used if rf is set)rm=
rule for many (optional)em=
example values of many as an integer (optional, only used if rm is set)dm=
example values of many with decimals (optional, only used if rm is set)e=
example values for other as an integer (optional)d=
example values for other with decimals (optional)
 Example:
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Plural/Mediawiki plural rules/row
1 = ar 
group = <kbd>[https://github.com/wikimedia/mediawiki/blob/master/languages/classes/LanguageAr.php arabic]</kbd> 
note = <sup>[a]</sup> 
r = 6 
r0 = n is 0 
r1 = n is 1 
r2 = n is 2 
rf = n mod 100 in 3..10 
ef = 3–10, 103–110, 203–210... 
df = 3.0–10.0, 103.0–110.0, 203.0–210.0... 
rm = n mod 100 in 11..99 
em = 11–99, 111–199, 211–299, ... 
em = 11.0–99.0, 111.0–199.0, 211.0–299.0, ... 
e = 100–102, 200–202, 300–302, ... 
d = 0.1–0.9, 1.1–1.9, 2.1–2.9, 100.0–102.9, 200.0–202.9, 300.0–302.9, ... }}
generates this table row:
[ar]  Arabic  Arabic^{[a]}  zero  n is 0  0  0.0 

one  n is 1  1  1.0  
two  n is 2  2  2.0  
few  n mod 100 in 3–10  3–10, 103–110, 203–210...  3.0–10.0, 103.0–110.0, 203.0–210.0...  
many  n mod 100 in 11–99  11–99, 111–199, 211–299, ...  11.0–99.0, 111.0–199.0, 211.0–299.0, ...  
other  100–102, 200–202, 300–302, ...  0.1–0.9, 1.1–1.9, 2.1–2.9, 100.0–102.9, 200.0–202.9, 300.0–302.9, ... 
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