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National Language Support (NLS) Application Development

Windows Mobile 6.5
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4/8/2010

Windows Mobile provides support for numerous character codes, as well as linguistic and cultural conventions through Unicode and National Language Support (NLS). Unicode is a universal character encoding system, while NLS carries information on date, time, calendar, number, and currency formats. NLS also provides sorting and character-type information for all the locales supported by the operating system.

Programming with Unicode and NLS

Describes the Unicode standard, and shows how to work with Unicode surrogates. Describes how to specify locales with National Language Support (NLS).

International Application Development

Provides information on how to program and design a global application.

National Language Support (NLS)

Provides information about NLS support in Windows Mobile. NLS enables to support the different locale–specific needs of users around the world.

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