/preferreduilang (C# Compiler Options)

 

Updated: July 20, 2015

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By using the /preferreduilang compiler option, you can specify the language in which the C# compiler displays output, such as error messages.

/preferreduilang: language  

language
The language name of the language to use for compiler output.

You can use the /preferreduilang compiler option to specify the language that you want the C# compiler to use for error messages and other command-line output. If the language pack for the language is not installed, the language setting of the operating system is used instead, and no error is reported.

csc.exe /preferreduilang:ja-JP  

C# Compiler Options

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