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What is cultureinfo of a string in c#?

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I searched in google it gives many blog related to cultureinfo of a string but I couldn't understand. it will be helpful for me if anyone share an idea about it.
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Updated 4-Sep-17 7:24am
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PIEBALDconsult 4-Sep-17 13:23pm    
What makes you think there is one?
You can _compare_ strings by using a CultureInfo, but I don't think strings themselves have CultureInfo.
https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc190529(v=vs.110).aspx
Member 10585568 4-Sep-17 14:48pm    
actually I came across a program of string where I need to use cultureinfo. Find the question below.

Write a C# Sharp program to compare two substrings using different cultures and ignoring the case of the substrings.
PIEBALDconsult 4-Sep-17 14:49pm    
Well, there you go, see the method I posted a link to.
Member 10585568 5-Sep-17 1:29am    
Thanks
CPallini 4-Sep-17 16:04pm    
My virtual 5.

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You can use it to format values amongst other things, for example in Spanish format:
C#
doubleNumber = -1898300.1987;
	Console.WriteLine(doubleNumber.ToString("F1", CultureInfo.InvariantCulture));  
	// Displays -1898300.2

	Console.WriteLine(doubleNumber.ToString("F3", CultureInfo.CreateSpecificCulture("es-ES")));
	// Displays -1898300,199
 
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