Question about European currency?

On ebay some dude is willing to ship me an item for 6,20 euros. Now when they add the comma do they mean a period or a comma? Cause I googled 6,20 and 6.20 euros and converted them to canadian dollars and thereā€™s a huge! difference! Then I went to another site which is based in the uk and found an item for sale for 12.99 euro. Then when I went to the shipping page, the shipping costs 8,99 euro! Again with the coma! So Im confused…does the comma supposed to be a decimal or no?

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