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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.  

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How to use ResourceBundle in a constructor
Thu 10/17/02
03:35:05PM
 
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Thu 10/17/02
08:33:27AM
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I have two servers, both with J2DK 1.4.1_01 installed. If I run a simple one-line Java program whic...
Thu 05/29/03
08:15:17AM
 
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Thu 05/29/03
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Does java support ISO8859X (X=1-9) SJIS, UCS2, GB18030, UTF-16, BIG5, KSC5601, How to find out if t...
Mon 05/12/03
04:19:14PM
 
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Tue 03/04/03
08:20:42PM
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Using internationalization I am not able to display Korean/Chinese/Japanese fonts in Applets. So are...
Fri 03/30/01
03:27:02AM
 
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Fri 03/30/01
03:27:02AM
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I am trying to parse time in the format below: 25/Mar/2001:00:00:35 +0600 and get the time in...
Wed 02/13/02
09:14:25AM
 
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Sat 01/26/02
01:42:37PM
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What is the difference between Internationalisation and Localisation?
Tue 01/30/01
02:39:01AM
 
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Tue 01/30/01
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How do you make locale sensitive classes accept your own resourceBundle classes? For example, how w...
Mon 12/11/00
07:00:46AM
 
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Mon 12/11/00
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Hello. I know that the GB2312 is not traditional but simplified Chinese character encoding. But in w...
Mon 05/07/01
01:35:04PM
 
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Sun 05/06/01
08:11:56PM
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Is ASCII considered a subset of Unicode, or are they disjoint sets?
Sun 01/07/01
09:37:12PM
 
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Sun 01/07/01
09:37:12PM
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How do we know which charset the OS is using? For example, I know that Japanese Windows 95 encoding ...
Tue 11/21/00
06:24:32PM
 
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