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Internationalizing your Java programs is quick and easy. Learn how to tailor your programs for the world market with the standard Java libraries.  

Internationalizing your Java programs is quick and easy. Learn how to tailor your programs for the world market with the standard Java libraries.   <<Less

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Hello, I'm doing the internationalization of a site and have a question: How to put a bean: message...
Fri 09/24/10
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Where can I find a DecimalFormat that will handle BigDecimals? The JDK docs say that only Longs and...
Sun 08/20/00
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What is the Java Internationalization and Localization Toolkit/Where can I get it?
Sat 08/19/00
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How many standard time zones exist?
Sun 09/30/01
01:46:40PM
 
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How can I use TMX to assist in Internationalization and Localization?
Sat 09/29/01
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What is TMX?
Sat 09/29/01
09:49:25PM
 
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The excel sheet will have japanese and chinese characters, these are called as multibyte characters....
Mon 11/17/08
05:13:15AM
 
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Hi can any one of u explain about dangler class?
Fri 08/25/06
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Hi, I have java programs and when running and I traced with truss appear the following: stat64("/p...
Wed 05/31/06
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Can someone teach me how to i18n mail attachments. Was able to i18n mail content and title but not t...
Wed 11/30/05
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