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C. A ResourceBundle is a Hashtable that maps strings to values. D. Resource bundles contain locale-specific objects. When your program needs a localespecific resource, it can load the resource from the resource bundle that is appropriate for the current user s locale. 5. When using ResourceBundle, what is the procedure the system uses to determine which bundle to bind A. The resource bundle lookup searches for classes with various suffixes on the basis of the desired locale and the current default locale as returned by Locale.getDefault(), and the root resource bundle (base class), in the following order: from parent level to lower level. B. The resource bundle lookup searches for classes with various suffixes on the basis of the desired locale and the current default locale as returned by Locale.getHelp(), and the root resource bundle (base class), in the following order: from lower level (more specific) to parent level (less specific). C. The resource bundle lookup searches for classes with various suffixes on the basis of the desired locale and the current default locale as returned by Locale.getDefault(), and the root resource bundle (base class), in the following order: from lower level (more specific) to parent level (less specific). D. The resource bundle lookup searches for classes with various suffixes on the basis of the desired locale and the current default locale as returned by Locale.getDefault(),and the root resource bundle as returned by Locale.getBase(), in the following order: from parent level (less specific) to lower level (more specific). 6. How do you determine the default character encoding for file operations, JDBC requests, and so on A. You can identify the default file encoding by checking the Jvm property named default.properties, as follows:
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B. The default encoding used by locale/encoding-sensitive API in the Java libraries is determined by the system property defaultfile.encoding. C. You can identify the default file encoding by checking the system property named file.properties, as follows:
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7. What does UTF stand for A. Universal Technical Frontend B. Unicode Transformation Format
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C. United Text Format D. Universal Transformation Formula 8. What internationalization areas does Java not support A. Locales such as country, regional, or area/cultural identifiers B. Localized resources by virtue of the ResourceBundle series of classes C. Formatting for dates, numbers and decimals, and messages D. Planetary variants 9. How can you handle input of different decimal symbols for example, 343,4 as opposed to 343.4 A. Use NumberFormat and its methods format() and parse(). This will handle the default locale for you. B. Use Format and its methods format() and parse(). This will handle the default locale for you. C. Use DecimalFormat and its methods format() and parse(). This will handle the default locale for you. D. Use Format and its methods numberformat() and numberparse(). This will handle the default locale for you. 10. What is the difference between UTF-8 and UTF-16 A. UTF-16 represents every character using two bytes. UTF-8 uses the one-byte ASCII character encodings for all languages except English. B. UTF-16 represents every character using two bytes. UTF-8 uses three bytes per character for all languages except English. C. UTF-16 represents every character using two bytes. UTF-8 uses the one-byte ASCII character encodings for ASCII characters and represents non-ASCII characters using variable-length encoding. D. UTF-16 represents every character using one byte. UTF-8 uses the two-byte ASCII character encodings for ASCII characters and uses three bytes per character for all languages except English. 11. What is a locale and how is it used for I18N A. A locale is an object that represents and provides information about a specific geographical, political, or cultural region. An operation that requires a locale to perform its task is called locale-sensitive and uses the locale to format information correctly for the user. B. A locale is an object that represents and provides information about a specific geographical, political, or cultural region. A globale is an object that represents and provides information about a geographical, political, or cultural region.
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