Provides a type converter to convert CultureInfo objects to and from various other representations.
Assembly: System (in System.dll)
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This converter can only convert a CultureInfo object to and from a string.
The following code example converts a variable of type CultureInfo to a string, and vice versa. First it constructs a CultureInfo variable using the Greek culture (represented by "el") and converts it to the string "Greek". Then it converts the string "Russian" to the CultureInfo representation "ru".
// The sample first constructs a CultureInfo variable using the Greek culture - 'el'. System.Globalization.CultureInfo myCulture= new System.Globalization.CultureInfo("el"); string myCString="Russian"; Console.WriteLine(TypeDescriptor.GetConverter(myCulture).ConvertTo(myCulture, typeof(string))); // The following line will output 'ru' based on the string being converted. Console.WriteLine(TypeDescriptor.GetConverter(myCulture).ConvertFrom(myCString));
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