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LOCALE_SNATIVE* Constants

This topic defines the LOCALE_SNATIVE* constants used by NLS to represent native language names.

ValueMeaning
LOCALE_SNATIVECOUNTRYNAMEWindows 7 and later: Native name of the country/region, for example, España for Spain. The maximum number of characters allowed for this string is 80, including a terminating null character.
LOCALE_SNATIVECTRYNAMEDeprecated for Windows 7 and later. Native name of the country/region. See LOCALE_SNATIVECOUNTRYNAME.
LOCALE_SNATIVECURRNAMEWindows Me/98, Windows 2000: The native name of the currency associated with the locale, in the native language of the locale. There is no limit on the number of characters allowed for this string.
LOCALE_SNATIVEDIGITSNative equivalents of ASCII 0 through 9. The maximum number of characters allowed for this string is eleven, including a terminating null character. For example, Arabic uses "٠١٢٣٤٥ ٦٧٨٩". See also LOCALE_IDIGITSUBSTITUTION.
LOCALE_SNATIVEDISPLAYNAME

Windows 7 and later: Display name of the locale in its native language, for example, Deutsch (Deutschland) for the locale German (Germany).

LOCALE_SNATIVELANGNAMEDeprecated for Windows 7 and later. Native name of the language. See LOCALE_SNATIVELANGUAGENAME.
LOCALE_SNATIVELANGUAGENAMEWindows 7 and later: Native name of the language, for example, Հայերեն for Armenian (Armenia). The maximum number of characters allowed for this string is 80, including a terminating null character.

 

 

 

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