Implementing Multilingual Applications in Microsoft .NET
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by Joydip Kanjilal
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Culture

The term Culture denotes a combination of a geographical location and the language spoken in it. A Culture can be represented in any of the ways shown below.

·         en-US

·         en-GB

The former refers to English language that is spoken in the US while the latter implies that which is spoken in Great Britain.


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Title: What about localized Databases?   
Name: Rojalin
Date: 2006-09-28 6:54:50 AM
Comment:
many many tx for this article
Title: Implementing Multilingual Applications in Microsoft .NET   
Name: rambabu
Date: 2006-09-12 7:22:14 AM
Comment:
The article is very nice and the author explained in simple terms to understand the various aspects of Globailization and Localization.I liked this article very much.
Title: What about localized Databases?   
Name: Max
Date: 2006-09-12 4:58:25 AM
Comment:
Hi,
thank you very much for your article!
I have always been looking around for a standardized way of localizing db-entries. For instance if I run a web-shop which must be available to german and english customers my descriptions of my articles must be in german and english.
Of course this has to be stored in a DB and not in embedded resources.






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