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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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I Have a servlet which needs to diplay some content from a chinese site with Gb2312 character se...
Sat 08/04/01
04:15:22AM
 
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Wed 08/01/01
04:16:27AM
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Getting default Locale settings, which is suppose to be en_US on our Solaris system ... Locale def...
Thu 08/16/01
02:34:38AM
 
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Tue 08/14/01
10:12:05AM
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I have recently tried to get our jsp application to work with the character set iso8859_2 and am exp...
Sun 08/19/01
09:03:43PM
 
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09:03:43PM
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I need to convert an excel sheet in traditional chinese to the ISO 8859_1 format so that i can dis...
Mon 08/20/01
01:16:01AM
 
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Mon 08/20/01
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Where can I find information on UTF and conversions from one character set to another?
Sun 08/26/01
09:28:38PM
 
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Fri 08/24/01
07:39:16AM
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I want to use XML Resource Bundle for Internationalization of my JSP output. It will be required to ...
Thu 09/20/01
08:00:14AM
 
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Thu 09/20/01
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Where is the code table of all Unicode series? I can't find it at the Unicode site .
Fri 09/28/01
10:52:13PM
 
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Thu 09/13/01
10:35:33AM
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What is TMX?
Sat 09/29/01
09:49:25PM
 
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Sat 09/29/01
09:46:24PM
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How can I use TMX to assist in Internationalization and Localization?
Sat 09/29/01
09:52:55PM
 
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Sat 09/29/01
09:47:14PM
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How many standard time zones exist?
Sun 09/30/01
01:46:40PM
 
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