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I18N is used for making computer software of different languages and is widely used for number formating, Currency Formating massage formatting. with the help of I18N we can develop user friendly application.

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  1. Sorting Vector Element using I18N
    This Example shows you how to sort vector element using I18N. In the code given below we are sorting some elements using some rules.
     
  2. This Example shows you how to format numbers according to the locale. In the code given below we are formatting number according to the locale
     
  3. List of all Locales
    This Example shows you list of locales. In the code given below we are showing you list of locales.
     
  4. Date and Time Format Example
    This Example shows you date and time format according to the locale. In the code given below we are displaying data and time format according to the locale.
     
  5. Currency Format Example
    This Example shows you how to format currency according to the locale. In the code given below we are formatting Currency according to the locale.
     
  6. Change Week Days Format
    This Example shows you how to change week days format. In the code given below we are change week days format.
      
  7. Change language according to the locale
    This Example shows you how to change language according to the locale. In the code given below we have changed language according to the locale.
     
  8. Internationalization Code Example
    This Example shows you Internationalization  son of language. This application gives the way of format for different languages. here I have specified only three languages i.e.-English, Chinese, French.
     
  9. Create Resource Bundle in the java code
    This Example shows you how to create resource bundle. In the code given below we are create resource bundle for a locale.

     

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Posted on: September 13, 2008

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