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Silverlight 1.1 Hebrew and Arabic Language Support

, 31 Jan 2008
An article presenting Silverlight 1.1 Hebrew and Arabic language support
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 * Date: 1/16/2007
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namespace NBidi
{
	// Table 4
	public enum BidiCharacterType {
		#region Strong Types
		/// <summary>
		/// Left-to-Right
		/// </summary>
		/// <example>
		/// LRM, most alphabetic, syllabic, Han ideographs, non-European or non-Arabic digits, ...
		/// </example>
		/// <remarks>Strong Type</remarks>
		L,
		/// <summary>
		/// Left-to-Right Embedding
		/// </summary>
		/// <example>
		/// LRE
		/// </example>
		/// <remarks>Strong Type</remarks>
		LRE,
		/// <summary>
		/// Left-to-Right Override
		/// </summary>
		/// <example>
		/// LRO
		/// </example>
		/// <remarks>Strong Type</remarks>
		LRO,
		/// <summary>
		/// Right-to-Left
		/// </summary>
		/// <example>
		/// RLM, Hebrew alphabet, and related punctuation
		/// </example>
		/// <remarks>Strong Type</remarks>
		R,
		/// <summary>
		/// Right-to-Left Arabic
		/// </summary>
		/// <example>
		/// Arabic, Thaana, and Syriac alphabets, most punctuation specific to those scripts, ...
		/// </example>
		/// <remarks>Strong Type</remarks>
		AL,
		/// <summary>
		/// Right-to-Left Embedding
		/// </summary>
		/// <example>
		/// RLE
		/// </example>
		/// <remarks>Strong Type</remarks>
		RLE,
		/// <summary>
		/// Right-to-Left Override
		/// </summary>
		/// <example>
		/// RLO
		/// </example>
		/// <remarks>Strong Type</remarks>
		RLO,
		#endregion
		#region Weak Types
		/// <summary>
		/// Pop Directional Format
		/// </summary>
		/// <example>
		/// PDF
		/// </example>
		/// <remarks>Weak Type</remarks>
		PDF,
		/// <summary>
		/// European Number
		/// </summary>
		/// <example>
		/// European digits, Eastern Arabic-Indic digits, ...
		/// </example>
		/// <remarks>Weak Type</remarks>
		EN,
		/// <summary>
		/// European Number Separator
		/// </summary>
		/// <example>
		/// Plus sign, minus sign
		/// </example>
		/// <remarks>Weak Type</remarks>
		ES,
		/// <summary>
		/// European Number Terminator
		/// </summary>
		/// <example>
		/// Degree sign, currency symbols, ...
		/// </example>
		/// <remarks>Weak Type</remarks>
		ET,
		/// <summary>
		/// Arabic Number
		/// </summary>
		/// <example>
		/// Arabic-Indic digits, Arabic decimal and thousands separators, ...
		/// </example>
		/// <remarks>Weak Type</remarks>
		AN,
		/// <summary>
		/// Common Number Separator
		/// </summary>
		/// <example>
		/// Colon, comma, full stop (period), No-break space, ...
		/// </example>
		/// <remarks>Weak Type</remarks>
		CS,
		/// <summary>
		/// Nonspacing Mark
		/// </summary>
		/// <example>
		/// Characters marked Mn (Nonspacing_Mark) and Me (Enclosing_Mark) in the Unicode Character Database
		/// </example>
		/// <remarks>Weak Type</remarks>
		NSM,
		/// <summary>
		/// Boundary Neutral
		/// </summary>
		/// <example>
		/// Most formatting and control characters, other than those explicitly given types above
		/// </example>
		/// <remarks>Weak Type</remarks>
		BN,
		#endregion
		#region Neutral Types
		/// <summary>
		/// Paragraph Separator
		/// </summary>
		/// <example>
		/// Paragraph separator, appropriate Newline Functions, higher-level protocol paragraph determination
		/// </example>
		/// <remarks>Neutral Type</remarks>
		B,
		/// <summary>
		/// Segment Separator
		/// </summary>
		/// <example>
		/// Tab
		/// </example>
		/// <remarks>Neutral Type</remarks>
		S,
		/// <summary>
		/// Whitespace
		/// </summary>
		/// <example>
		/// Space, figure space, line separator, form feed, General Punctuation spaces, ...
		/// </example>
		/// <remarks>Neutral Type</remarks>
		WS,
		/// <summary>
		/// Other Neutrals
		/// </summary>
		/// <example>
		/// All other characters, including OBJECT REPLACEMENT CHARACTER
		/// </example>
		/// <remarks>Neutral Type</remarks>
		ON
		#endregion
	}

}

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Justin-Josef Angel [MVP]
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Justin-Josef Angel is a C# Microsoft Most Valuable professional, a Senior .Net consultant in Israel with 4 years of .Net experience and has 8 years of Web experience.
 
Justin's been working this past year on two Enterprise sized Silverlight projects with his customers. During that time he's gained a real-insight into Silverlight's inner workings and how to integrate Silverlight into the real world of software development. Additionally, During that time he's developed a few well-known projects like the "Silverlight 1.0 Javascript Intellisense", "Silverlight 1.1 Hebrew & Arabic Languages support" and a few others you might know.

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