How to get the fmtcount ordinal(num) suffix? - TeX

The fmtcount package provides the \ordinalnum{⟨number⟩} command which displays ⟨number⟩ followed by its suffix, the latter depending on the current (babel or polyglossia) language. For instance in English:\ordinalnum{1} gives "1st",\ordinalnum{2} gives "2nd",\ordinalnum{3} gives "3rd",\ordinalnum{4} gives "4th",...\ordinalnum{20} gives "20th",\ordinalnum{21} gives "21st",\ordinalnum{22} gives "22nd",\ordinalnum{23} gives "23rd",\ordinalnum{24} gives "24th",etc.I'd like to have a command, say \foo{⟨number⟩}, that prints only the suffix of \ordin...Read more