Retrieves an array of locale identifiers (LCID).

LCID* ___lc_handle_func(void);

Pointer to an array of locale identifiers.

A locale identifier is a unique 32-bit value that consists of a language identifier and a sort order identifier. The locale identifier is a standard international numeric abbreviation and has the components necessary to uniquely identify one of the installed operating system-defined locales. For more information about locale identifiers, search for "Locale Identifiers" at MSDN Library.

Use a numeric index to access the elements of the array that is returned by this function. For example, the locale.h header speciifies the following macro definitions that can be used as indexes: LC_COLLATE, LC_CTYPE, LC_MONETARY, LC_NUMERIC and LC_TIME.


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