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Internet Explorer Multiple-Language API

Windows Mobile 6.5
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4/8/2010

The global scope of the Internet poses a variety of international and multilingual challenges for Web developers.

A Windows Mobile operating system offers Multiple Language (Mlang) support to varying degrees of functionality. The minimal implementation provides applications with the IMultiLanguage interface. Charset and encoding information are located in the resource file, rather than in the system registry. A more full-featured implementation supports all of the MLang interfaces. Charset and encoding information can be located in either the resource file or the system registry. For information about the level of MLang support in your run-time image, see the SDK documentation specific to the functionality added to your OS design.

Internet Explorer Multiple-Language API Application Development

Provides information about how a Windows Mobile application can use Multiple-Language API.

Internet Explorer Multiple-Language API Registry Settings

Provides information about the registry settings that enable and configure Multiple-Language API functionalities in your OS design.

Internet Explorer Multiple-Language API Reference

Provides reference information about the programming elements that are available for use in Windows Mobile browser applications.

Internet Explorer Support Components

Provides links to topics that contain information about the various components of Internet Explorer browser.

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