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CHAPTER 12 INTERNATIONALIZATION
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in Europe as 1.001,1 , with the dot used for separating thousands and the comma used to separate the decimals. The Windows Phone 7 operating system, fortunately, automatically makes these locale-aware changes for us. As developers, however, we must help the framework out a little and ensure that we use appropriate data types and appropriate formatting options for the operations we perform in our applications. For example, we should never represent dates or numbers as strings and hard-code the formatting of those strings in our application. In addition to these variations in the way different cultures handle numbers and dates, languages also differ in the number of words they require to express an idea, with some more verbose than others. For instance, it is estimated that an average sentence in the German language is 44 percent longer than the same sentence in English. That means that a Windows Phone 7 user interface written in English its labels, textblocks, text boxes, and so on may need to reserve additional available white space when designed in the English language and later translated (dynamically, as we will see shortly) into German or other languages. Also, if you are targeting international markets, the design of an application should be flexible enough to allow it to speak different languages without your having to make extensive changes to the source code. That means that all strings, images, and audio and video content must be placed in separate resource-only files one for each target culture and language to make it easy to package the application for a new locale. By sticking with Unicode characters to encode your strings content, with its over 95,000 characters, you ll be able to display virtually any language in the world. Another important consideration in deciding how to prepare to support your application in multiple languages is the amount of material that will need to be translated. Later in this chapter, we recommend you use resource-only files inside Visual Studio. This technique is perfectly acceptable for smaller applications, when there are only a handful of items to translate. However, if the translation requires the use of third-party translation services, you will be better served by looking at more specialized localization tools, such as Alchemy Catalyst, Globalizer.Net, Lingobit Localizer, or Radialix. While the use of such tools is beyond the scope of the current chapter, if you ever find that editing resource files in Visual Studio becomes hard to manage, you can refer to the foregoing list to determine whether any of these products makes the task easier. In MSDN documentation, there are usually two separate sections on internationalizing applications globalization and localization. Roughly, globalization refers to ensuring that all commonly used application concepts, such as dates and currency, are properly represented and used in the system regardless of the locale of the user. Localization, on the other hand, refers to translating application resources, such as text of the user interface, into local representation. What is a bit more confusing, in the non-Microsoft world, is that the term internationalization is used to represent globalization. Since this is already confusing, for the purposes of this chapter, we won t make such a distinction; when we talk about internationalizing an application, we refer to ensuring that the application will work without problems in all countries and regions it was intended to work in i.e., the Microsoft concepts of globalization and localization are blurred. .NET and the Windows Phone 7 SDK include a number of tools to help you ready an app for international distribution. These tools include the CultureInfo class to properly determine the culture that an application is running in, as well as easy management of resource files that were custom developed for each culture. You will explore these tools in the remaining portion of this chapter.
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