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Sort Order Identifiers (Compact 2013)

3/28/2014

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).

The following table lists the defined sort order identifiers:

Constant

Locale name

Meaning

SORT_CHINESE_BIG5

zh-TWzh-HKzh-MO

Chinese BIG5 order

SORT_CHINESE_BOPOMOFO

zh-TW_pronun

Traditional Chinese Bopomofo order

SORT_CHINESE_PRC

zh-CN_strokezh-HK_strokezh-MO_strokezh-SG_stroke

Chinese stroke count order

SORT_CHINESE_PRCP

zh-CNzh-SG

Chinese phonetic order

SORT_CHINESE_RADICALSTROKE

zh-TWzh-HKzh-MO

Chinese radical/stroke order

SORT_CHINESE_UNICODE

-

Chinese Unicode order

SORT_DEFAULT

Locale name that is the same as the corresponding language name

Default sort order

SORT_GEORGIAN_MODERN

ka-GE_modern

Georgian modern order

SORT_GEORGIAN_TRADITIONAL

ka-GE

Georgian traditional order

SORT_GERMAN_PHONE_BOOK

de-DE_phoneb

German phone book order

SORT_HUNGARIAN_DEFAULT

hu-HU

Hungarian default order

SORT_HUNGARIAN_TECHNICAL

hu-HU_technl

Hungarian technical order

SORT_JAPANESE_RADICALSTROKE

ja-JP

Japanese radical/stroke order

SORT_JAPANESE_UNICODE

-

Japanese Unicode order

SORT_JAPANESE_XJIS

ja-JP

Japanese XJIS order

SORT_KOREAN_KSC

ko-KR

Korean KSC order

SORT_KOREAN_UNICODE

-

Korean Unicode order

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