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.NET Internationalization: The Developer's Guide to Building Global Windows and Web Applications: Chapter 11 - Custom Cultures

, 14 Aug 2006
Custom cultures in the .NET Framework represent a great leap forward and open new and exciting possibilities to developers. The new cultures are recognized by the .NET Framework as first-class citizens and, once registered, are as valid as any other culture.
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