Comment 3 for bug 1298668

Hardware requirements:
Standard 104 keys keyboard with numeric pad. Any language.

How to reproduce:
Open Calc.
Write using just the numpad:
2*7/2.5
Will result in this "Malformed expression" instead:
2⋅7∕2,5

For console guys, try these commands using the numpad: "ls /", "ls *", "cd ..":
ls ∕
ls: no se puede acceder a ∕: No existe el archivo o el directorio
ls ⋅
ls: no se puede acceder a ⋅: No existe el archivo o el directorio
cd ,,
bash: cd: ,,: No existe el archivo o el directorio;

The keys that misbehave are:
Numeric keypad dash
Numeric keypad asterisk
Numeric keypad decimal

What did you expect to happen?
Numeric keypad dash should output a dash ("/")
Numeric keypad asterisk should output an asterisk ("*")
Numeric keypad decimal should output a decimal dot (".")

What happened instead?
Numeric keypad dash outputs a non standard dash ("∕")
Numeric keypad asterisk outputs an elevated dot ("⋅")
Numeric keypad decimal outputs a decimal comma (",")

Selecting "English (EEUU)" or "English (EEUU international with dead keys)" as layout does not solve this bug, so I must remove "Spanish" from the title.