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Lesson 1: Using Culture Information
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comparisons are performed. According to the MSDN documentation, the members are defined as shown in Table 16-2.
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Table 16-2 The CompareOptions Enumeration Members
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Name IgnoreCase IgnoreKanaType
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Description Indicates that the string comparison must ignore case. Indicates that the string comparison must ignore the Kana type. Kana type refers to Japanese hiragana and katakana characters, which represent phonetic sounds in the Japanese language. Hiragana is used for native Japanese expressions and words, and katakana is used for words borrowed from other languages, such as computer and Internet. A phonetic sound can be expressed in both hiragana and katakana. If this value is selected, the hiragana character for one sound is considered equal to the katakana character for the same sound. Indicates that the string comparison must ignore nonspacing combining characters, such as diacritics. The Unicode Standard defines combining characters as characters that are combined with base characters to produce a new character. Nonspacing combining characters do not occupy a spacing position by themselves when rendered. For more information on nonspacing combining characters, see The Unicode Standard at http://www.unicode.org. Indicates that the string comparison must ignore symbols, such as white-space characters, punctuation, currency symbols, the percent sign, mathematical symbols, the ampersand, and so on. Indicates that the string comparison must ignore the character width. For example, Japanese katakana characters can be written as full-width or half-width and, if this value is selected, the katakana characters written as full-width are considered equal to the same characters written in half-width.
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IgnoreNonSpace
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IgnoreSymbols
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IgnoreWidth
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Table 16-2 The CompareOptions Enumeration Members
Name None Ordinal
Description Indicates the default option settings for string comparisons. Indicates that the string comparison must be done using the Unicode values of each character, which is a fast comparison but is culture-insensitive. A string starting with "U+xxxx" comes before a string starting with "U+yyyy" if xxxx is less than yyyy. This flag cannot be combined with other flags and must be used alone. Indicates that the string comparison must ignore case, and then perform an ordinal comparison. This is equivalent to converting the string to uppercase using the invariant culture and then performing an ordinal comparison on the result. Indicates that the string comparison must use the string sort algorithm, where the hyphen and the apostrophe, as well as other nonalphanumeric symbols, come before alphanumeric characters.
OrdinalIgnoreCase
StringSort
So if the same code used in the previous example is used with one modification, it will work as expected. (The modification is that a CompareOptions enumeration is specified with the IgnoreCase option specified.) The following code illustrates this change:
' VB Dim FirstString = "Cot " Dim SecondString = "cot " Dim DemoInfo As CompareInfo = New CultureInfo("fr-FR").CompareInfo DemoInfo.Compare(FirstString, SecondString, CompareOptions.IgnoreCase) // C# String FirstString = "Cot "; String SecondString = "cot "; CompareInfo DemoInfo = new CultureInfo("fr-FR").CompareInfo; DemoInfo.Compare(FirstString, SecondString, CompareOptions.IgnoreCase);
Lab: Write Code that Adjusts to Culture
In this lab, you ll write code that recognizes changes in culture. If you encounter a problem completing an exercise, the completed projects are available on the companion CD in the Code folder.
Lesson 1: Using Culture Information
1. Open Visual Studio 2005. 2. Create a new console application in Microsoft C# 2005 or in Microsoft Visual Basic 2005. Visual Basic 2005 creates a module for you, along with an empty Main procedure. Visual C# creates a Program.cs class for you with an empty Main procedure. 3. Make sure that the System, System.Threading, and System.Globalization namespaces are referenced by the project. 4. Within the Main procedure, add the following code:
' VB Console.WriteLine("Please select a Culture format [i.e. en-US, es-ES]") Dim Original As String = Console.ReadLine() Dim UsersCulture As CultureInfo = New CultureInfo(Original) Dim Days As String() = UsersCulture.DateTimeFormat.DayNames For Each Day As String In Days Console.WriteLine("Day Name for " + _ UsersCulture.DisplayName + " " + Day) Next Console.WriteLine("Please select a NEW Culture format [i.e. en-US, es-ES]") Dim Modified As String = Console.ReadLine() Dim ModifiedUsersCulture As CultureInfo = New CultureInfo(Modified) Dim ModifiedDays As String() = _ ModifiedUsersCulture.DateTimeFormat.DayNames For Each day As String In ModifiedDays Console.WriteLine("Day Name for " + _ ModifiedUsersCulture.DisplayName + " " + day) Next Console.ReadLine() // C# Console.WriteLine("Please select a Culture format [i.e. en-US, es-ES]"); String Original = Console.ReadLine(); CultureInfo UsersCulture = new CultureInfo(Original); String[] Days = UsersCulture.DateTimeFormat.DayNames; foreach (String Day in Days) { Console.WriteLine("Day Name for " + UsersCulture.DisplayName + " " + Day); } Console.WriteLine("Please select a NEW Culture format [i.e. en-US, es-ES]"); String Modified = Console.ReadLine(); CultureInfo ModifiedUsersCulture = new CultureInfo(Modified); String[] ModifiedDays = ModifiedUsersCulture.DateTimeFormat.DayNames; foreach (String Day in ModifiedDays) { Console.WriteLine("Day Name for " + ModifiedUsersCulture.DisplayName + " " + Day); } Console.ReadLine();
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