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Provides globalization support for language profiles, geographic regions, and international calendars.
If you're using C++ or C, then also consider the International Components for Unicode (ICU).
Specifies the language-related preferences that the app can use and maintain.
Manipulates the representation of a DateTime within a given calendar and clock.
Contains the calendar identifiers for the supported calendars, as static properties.
Contains the clock identifiers for the supported clocks, as static properties.
Defines properties for specifying a currency and its amount.
Contains the currency identifiers for the supported currencies, as static properties.
Describes a region. This is usually a country, but may be a macroregion.
Represents a single Japanese word (a "reading") that has been extracted from a Japanese string by JapanesePhoneticAnalyzer.
Reads a Japanese string that is a combination of Kanji characters and Hiragana characters, and returns a collection of proper readings from the string with word breaks.
A class that provides information related to BCP-47 language tags such as the language name and the script.
Contains the numeral system identifiers for the supported numeral systems, as static properties.
Identifies the day of the week.
Defines constants that specify the content layout direction (for text and UI elements) most appropriate for a language.
If your app passes language tags from this namespace to any National Language Support functions, it must first convert the tags by calling ResolveLocaleName.
For a list of standard country/region codes used by Microsoft, see the Official Country/Region List.
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