Specifically, it would be great if the short date format for zh-cn and zh-tw were updated to: yy/mm/dd, e.g. 15/3/ Thanks, Leandro Reis. Language localisation is the process of adapting a product that has been previously translated . Chinese, zh-CN, Mainland China, simplified characters. zh-TW. Chinese (Taiwan), zh-tw. Croatian, hr. Czech, cs. Danish, da. Dutch (Belgium), nl- be. Dutch (Standard), nl. English, en. English (Australia), en-au. English (Belize) .

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Has anyone ever had to deal with these language locales?

Specifically, I am working on a. NET client application which passes requests to a Java back-end. This application as a whole needs to support both languages in the subject line of this post.

I need to pass locale from the. Can anyone comment on why this distinction exists?


Chinese (Traditional) and Chinese (Simplified), zh-CN, zh-TW, zh-CHT, zh-CHS, etc.

I’m curious as to why. Who knows where it might lead, but it will at least give me greater perspective. As far as I know, there is a CultureInfo class in. Net framework which Provides information about a specific culture called a “locale” for unmanaged code development.

The information includes the names for the culture, the writing system, the calendar used, and formatting for dates and sort strings. Parse chineseDateString, lshorf. And perhaps you can try to use it, for more information, please check the URL below. This site uses cookies for analytics, personalized content and ads.

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Sign in to vote. Wednesday, April 23, 3: Hi mljj, As far as I know, there is a CultureInfo class in. Friday, April 25, 7: