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From: Asif Lodhi (asif.lodhi_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-06-26 18:11:07
You might want to study the standard C++ "Facets". I did spot an
article by an eminent lady software professional about facets
somewhere on the Internet around a year back - it was probably a book.
You'll find details about facets in "The C++ Programming Language,
Special 3rd Edition". ALSO, you can also find the complete
"Facets-related" content of the book ("The C++ Programming Language,
Special 3rd Edition") on the website of Bjarne Stroustrup - the C++
inventor. However, you might want to check out the portability issues
& support of various compilers.
-- Asif On 6/18/08, Germain BARRET <germain.barret_at_[hidden]> wrote: > What is good way to obtain the locale settings of the system ? > I've seen that test_locale.cpp is stored in regress... so if it is > deprecated, what is the up to date method ? > > For example if I want to obtain the LCID (codes in 2 parts giving locale > language) what can I use ? > > I don't want to treat numbers, money or so what.. but only get langage !!! > Can I do it with boost ? >
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