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Sort Order Identifiers

This topic describes sort order identifiers, which can be used in the preparation of locale identifiers. A sort order identifier is defined in the form "_sortorder", at the end of the locale name used in the identifier, for example, "de-DE_phoneb", where "phoneb" is the sort order. The corresponding locale identifier is created as follows: MAKELCID(MAKELANGID(LANG_GERMAN, SUBLANG_GERMAN), SORT_GERMAN_PHONE_BOOK).

ConstantLocale nameMeaning
SORT_CHINESE_BIG5

zh-TW

zh-HK

zh-MO

Chinese BIG5 order
SORT_CHINESE_BOPOMOFOzh-TW_pronunTraditional Chinese Bopomofo order
SORT_CHINESE_PRC

zh-CN_stroke

zh-HK_stroke

zh-MO_stroke

zh-SG_stroke

PRC Chinese stroke count order
SORT_CHINESE_PRCP

zh-CN

zh-SG

PRC Chinese phonetic order
SORT_CHINESE_RADICALSTROKE

zh-TW

zh-HK

zh-MO

Chinese radical/stroke order
SORT_CHINESE_UNICODEChinese Unicode order

Windows 2000: Not supported.

SORT_DEFAULTLocale name that is the same as the corresponding language nameDefault sort order
SORT_GEORGIAN_MODERNka-GE_modernGeorgian modern order
SORT_GEORGIAN_TRADITIONALka-GEGeorgian traditional order
SORT_GERMAN_PHONE_BOOKde-DE_phonebGerman phone book order
SORT_HUNGARIAN_DEFAULThu-HUHungarian default order
SORT_HUNGARIAN_TECHNICALhu-HU_technlHungarian technical order
SORT_JAPANESE_RADICALSTROKEja-JPJapanese radical/stroke order
SORT_JAPANESE_UNICODEJapanese Unicode order

Windows 2000: Not supported.

SORT_JAPANESE_XJISja-JPJapanese XJIS order
SORT_KOREAN_KSCko-KRKorean KSC order
SORT_KOREAN_UNICODEKorean Unicode order

Windows 2000: Not supported.

 

 

 

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