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Languages Builder

By , 12 May 2002
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Introduction

If you want to develop an application that uses many languages (English US, Kanji, French, Japanese... ), you will prepare many resource files, right? Maybe you can put them into DLL files or anything you like. And here is my solution. I put all STRINGs in a Microsoft Excel file, and I make this tool read STRING from Excel file and build into many resources or executable files. This tool supports Unicode, so you can use it to build applications for Kanji, Korea or Vietnamese languages.

Your task is just to prepare an Excel file.

Steps:

  1. Run BuilderConfig to create initial Excel file.
  2. Open Excel file and enter strings for another language.
  3. Run LanguagesBuilder to generate multiple resources files or executable files.

Thanks all.

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bigZidane
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Comments and Discussions

 
GeneralThank you very mach! This is very great tools! Pinmemberlibbyliugang3-Jun-08 5:19 
GeneralGlobalization using VisualBasic .NET and Oracle 10g Pinmemberashit_barot21-Mar-05 19:01 
GeneralAccess Databases and Non-Western European Languages/Character Sets PinmemberJohn Clump13-May-02 18:49 
GeneralRe: Access Databases and Non-Western European Languages/Character Sets PinmemberbigZidane13-May-02 18:57 
GeneralExcel File Format PinmemberAndrew Welch3-Apr-02 7:05 
GeneralRe: Excel File Format PinmemberWolfram Steinke3-Apr-02 11:15 
GeneralRe: Excel File Format PinmemberbigZidane3-Apr-02 14:43 
GeneralRe: Excel File Format PinmemberQAnh6-May-02 9:02 
GeneralPlease Teach me. PinmemberCLY2-Apr-02 21:07 
GeneralRe: Please Teach me. PinmemberbigZidane2-Apr-02 21:26 
GeneralSuggestion ! PinmemberCLY3-Apr-02 4:37 
GeneralRe: Suggestion ! PinmemberbigZidane3-Apr-02 4:43 
GeneralGood idea but why using EXCEL !!!! PinmemberJean-Michel LE FOL2-Apr-02 3:17 
GeneralRe: Good idea but why using EXCEL !!!! PinmemberbigZidane2-Apr-02 16:04 
GeneralRe: Good idea but why using EXCEL !!!! PinmemberAlexandru Savescu8-Apr-02 22:13 
GeneralRe: Good idea but why using EXCEL !!!! PinmemberbigZidane9-Apr-02 6:48 
GeneralRe: Good idea but why using EXCEL !!!! PinmemberEmmanuel Deloget20-May-02 23:04 
GeneralRe: Good idea but why using EXCEL !!!! PinmemberbigZidane21-May-02 0:46 
Generalbroken links PinmemberAnonymous1-Apr-02 20:19 
GeneralRe: broken links Pinmemberbenjymous1-Apr-02 22:45 

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