In language/en/common.php is
'CHARACTERS' => array(
1 => '%d character',
2 => '%d characters',
In Czech we translate it as
1 => '%d znak', (for 1)
2 => '%d znaky', (for 2-4)
3 => '%d znaků', (for 5 and more)
It's usable for most of the cases, where it is used (I found one case in language/en/search.php), except in counting characters of password and user name in language/en/ucp.php where are lines like this:
'PASS_TYPE_ANY_EXPLAIN' => 'Must be between %1$s and %2$s.',
In this case we use different form for 5 and more characters than is in language/en/common.php
"Must be between 3 characters and 25 characters."
We should use:
"...between 3 znaky a 25 znaky"
But we have (because of declension):
"...between 3 znaky a 25 znaků"
Last letter is different (y - ů)
I hope it make a sense.
Now I would like to ask if you can add into language/en/ucp.php separate
plural array 'CHARACTERS_XY' => array(
used only for counting characters in password and user name.