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To detect a user s current culture information, use the CurrentCulture property of the executing thread s CurrentThread property, as shown in the following code sample:
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' VB Dim UsersCulture As CultureInfo = Thread.CurrentThread.CurrentCulture Console.WriteLine("The current culture of this application is : " _ + UsersCulture.Name) Console.WriteLine("The Display Name of this application is : " _ + UsersCulture.DisplayName) Console.WriteLine("The Native Name of this application is : " _ + UsersCulture.NativeName) Console.WriteLine("The ISO Abbreviation of this application is : " _ + UsersCulture.TwoLetterISOLanguageName) // C# CultureInfo UsersCulture = Thread.CurrentThread.CurrentCulture; Console.WriteLine("The current culture of this application is : " + UsersCulture.Name); Console.WriteLine("The Display Name of this application is : " + UsersCulture.DisplayName); Console.WriteLine("The Native Name of this application is : " + UsersCulture.NativeName); Console.WriteLine("The ISO Abbreviation of this application is : " + UsersCulture.TwoLetterISOLanguageName);
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If you compile and run the application, you should see results similar to those shown in Figure 16-1. (Results will vary based on machine configuration.)
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Output of CurrentCulture information
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One aspect that is critical here is how strings are handled. If you hard code many values, as opposed to using formatters, cultural differences will not be visible. Examine the following examples:
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' VB tbSalary.Text = "$100,000.00" // C# tbSalary.Text = "$100,000.00";
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Lesson 1: Using Culture Information
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If you changed the CurrentCulture to say, Japanese, and re-ran it, you might expect to see the Yen symbol (which after all is Japan s currency). However, you wouldn t. What you would see is $100,000.00 . This might seem contrary to what was discussed earlier changing to CurrentCulture is supposed to change the formatting after all. And that s exactly what it does, it changes formatting. However, if you use hard-coded values instead of formatting them, there s no way for the runtime to know that something should be changed. Using formatting would change this scenario so that changes to CurrentCulture would propagate to changes in everything else related for instance, tbSalary:
' VB tbSalary.Text = Format(100000, "Currency") // C# tbSalary.Text = (100000).ToString("C");
Another important feature is the CurrentUICulture property of the CultureInfo class. Although this property is often the same as the CurrentCulture property of the CultureInfo class, they can and very well might be different. Hence, one culture can be used for calculations and internal manipulation and another can be used for display purposes. The CurrentUICulture of the application can be accessed via the CurrentUICulture property of the CurrentThread class.
' VB Dim UsersCulture As CultureInfo = Thread.CurrentThread.CurrentUICulture Console.WriteLine("The current UI culture of this application is : " _ + UsersCulture.Name) // C# CultureInfo UsersCulture = Thread.CurrentThread.CurrentUICulture; Console.WriteLine("The current UI culture of this application is : " + UsersCulture.Name);
NOTE CurrentUICulture must be set at the application s startup
The CurrentCulture can be manipulated at any time during execution. However, this is not the case with the CurrentUICulture. To be used correctly, the CurrentUICulture must be set at the onset of the application (ideally in the Main method) or in a form s constructor. Failure to do so can result in unexpected behavior.
Setting the current culture is similar to retrieving it. CurrentCulture is a property of the CurrentThread property of the Thread class; therefore, all that s needed to change or set this property is to specify a different value for it, as shown in the following code:
' VB Dim UsersCulture As CultureInfo = Thread.CurrentThread.CurrentCulture
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Console.WriteLine("The current culture of this application is : " _ & UsersCulture.Name) 'Change this to Spanish/Venezuela Thread.CurrentThread.CurrentCulture = New CultureInfo("es-VE") Console.WriteLine("The current culture of this application is : " _ & Thread.CurrentThread.CurrentCulture.Name) // C# CultureInfo UsersCulture = Thread.CurrentThread.CurrentCulture; Console.WriteLine("The current culture of this application is : " + UsersCulture.Name); //Change this to Spanish/Venezuela Thread.CurrentThread.CurrentCulture = new CultureInfo("es-VE"); Console.WriteLine("The current culture of this application is : " + Thread.CurrentThread.CurrentCulture);
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