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Links 1 through 7 of 7 by Atif Aziz tagged i18n

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For centuries, people alphabetized words and phrases by ignoring spaces and punctuation. For example, "Newark" would come before "New York." Computers changed all that, and for the worse.

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Declaring the character encoding of a document is important when producing (X)HTML or CSS. The topic is not as straightforward as it may appear, and the advice contained in this tutorial is the end result of a great deal of thought and discussion.

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Localization support comes at a price for complex forms. That is, startup performance. A form that is localized loads and displays slower than one that is not. To understand why, this article examines what actually happens when the Form.Localizable proper

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This page provides a quick summary of information with links to other URLs regarding using Unicode for multilingual internationalization projects on Linux and other UNIX-based operating systems.

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Here is a cheat sheet for converting Microsoft C or C++ source code to support Unicode. It does not attempt to explain much and presumes you are generally familiar with Microsoft's approach to Unicode. The goal is just to have a single place to look for n

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