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Internationalization in C++ and Java

Internationalization in C++ and Java  
ABSTRACT
 
Internationalization is the process of building into software the potential for worldwide use, a requirement of increasing importance.  Both C++ and Java support this process by means of so-called locales. The lecture will give an introduction to locale objects in the ISO/ANSI Standard C++ Library.  We will demonstrate the use of standard C++ locales in terms of an example: "multicultural stream I/O" using locales in conjunctions with the new standard IOStreams. We will then explore Java locales and localized resources in order to show correspondences and point out differences from the internationalization support in C++.
 
PREREQUISITES

 
Level: intermediate
Duration: 2 hours
Prerequisites: working knowledge of C++;   familiarity with internationalization not required
Presented at: Software Development , San Francisco CA, February 1998 
Software Development , Washington DC, September 1997

 

If you are interested to hear more about this and related topics you might want to check out the following seminars or skim through some further reading:
 
Seminars
Standard C++ IOStreams and Locales
5-day seminar (open enrollment and on-site)
 
Paper
Effective Standard C++ Library
column in C++ Report
 

 
 
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