I18N

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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Hi all, I am using UTF-8 format for storage and display. I have created a JSP page to handle db i...
Sat 04/20/02
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I've a program made in Java I wish to make multilanguage compatible I'de like to display French ...
Tue 03/19/02
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When I use an unicode string in the resource bundle property file, the string is shown up properly...
Wed 03/03/04
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As part of i18n & l10n we need the following functions, Broswer: IE 6.0 App Server: Weblogic 6.1...
Fri 03/01/02
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Is is possible to take unicode input in textfield using only JSDK1.3?
Mon 05/12/03
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I have a bilingual web application (English and French). However, having English and French (the en...
Tue 04/08/03
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I want to start up a Java program as a service (so I can't just use chcp in a batch file before runn...
Fri 03/14/03
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i want to display on console.Infact i want two things. first i want to send email to yahoo or hotmai...
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hi Is there a way to make JVM locale sensitive so that when I call Float.toString() or Double.t...
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