Exercises, examples and other material relating to training module J810. This topic is presented on public course Java Programming for the Web
If you're going to be writing your application for worldwide use, you need to consider how you're going to provide your messages in different languages, how you're going to handle different character sets, and how you're going to handle different representations of dates, currencies and numbers. Java provides the tools, and we describe them in this module.
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Walking through Melksham at lunch time ... I came across a sign that made me smile, and may make any readers from the USA cough and splutter.
I've always been British, Lisa originated from the USA, and we've gotten very used to the quirks of the different languages - for American English and British ...
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