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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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How can I get current keyboard layout and all keys associated with this layout??? I need to create...
Mon 07/14/03
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I have multiple clients in different locale sending data to an english server through applets. The...
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when i tried to get the output displaying the actual unicode equivalents,i got the question marks(...
Sun 12/29/02
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How can i display japanese characters in an image generated on Solaris, JDK1.1 using PJAToolKit, ACM...
Tue 02/20/01
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I have message property file to get message shown up in JSP. Now, I need to have a big section of ...
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How does a machine with German OS which is single byte character encoding language work , if a softw...
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is there away to increase the index of a string array? NOTE: i dont want to increast the length of ...
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Charset.availableCharsets() only returns the standard charset names. How to make the additional char...
Sun 02/24/02
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Is ASCII considered a subset of Unicode, or are they disjoint sets?
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What support does J2ME provide for internationalization (I18N)?
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