Chapter 24. Localizing Applications for Multiple Languages

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Setting the Current Culture

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Using the CultureInfo Class

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Creating Local Resources

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Creating Global Resources

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Using the Localize Control

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Summary

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You can localize an ASP.NET website so that it supports multiple languages and cultures. For example, you might need to create both an English language and Spanish language version of the same website.

One approach to localization is to simply create multiple copies of the same website and translate each copy into a different language. This is a common approach when ...

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