ResourceManager.GetString Method (String, CultureInfo)
Updated: May 2012
Gets the value of the String resource localized for the specified culture.
Assembly: mscorlib (in mscorlib.dll)
- Type: System.String
The name of the resource to get.
- Type: System.Globalization.CultureInfo
The CultureInfo object that represents the culture for which the resource is localized. Note that if the resource is not localized for this culture, the lookup will fall back using the current thread's Parent property, stopping after looking in the neutral culture.
Return ValueType: System.String
The value of the resource localized for the specified culture. If a best match is not possible, a null reference (Nothing in Visual Basic) is returned.
The name parameter is a null reference (Nothing in Visual Basic).
The value of the specified resource is not a String.
No usable set of resources has been found, and there are no neutral culture resources.
The default culture's resources reside in a satellite assembly that could not be found.
If the resource has not been localized for that culture, the resource that is returned is localized for a best match (this is accomplished using the current thread's Parent property). Otherwise, a null reference (Nothing in Visual Basic) is returned.
If no usable set of resources has been found, the ResourceManager falls back on the neutral culture's resources, which are expected to be in the main assembly. If an appropriate culture resource has not been found, a MissingManifestResourceException is thrown.
The GetString method is thread-safe.
This method can throw more exceptions than are listed. One reason this might occur is if a method that this method calls throws an exception. For example, a FileLoadException might be thrown if an error was made deploying or installing a satellite assembly, or a SerializationException might be thrown if a user-defined type throws a user-defined exception when the type is deserialized.
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