Globalization and Localization

Globalization and Localization

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Globalization is the concept of creating applications with not only multiple languages but also displaying data types differently. For example, the date and time may be displayed differently in the United States then it would in Chile. There same applies for digit grouping, currency and a host of other data types.

Resources

MSDN Sample on Globalization and Localization using DateTime

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