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Subject [Stdcxx Wiki] Update of "LocaleLookup" by TravisVitek
Date Wed, 12 Mar 2008 00:59:05 GMT
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The following page has been changed by TravisVitek:
http://wiki.apache.org/stdcxx/LocaleLookup

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  The {{{query}}} parameter will be the query string. The {{{count}}} parameter is the maximum
number of locales to return. This allows you to easily limit the number of locales tested.
  
- The expected format of the query string is similar to what is described above, except that
the requested {{{MB_CUR_LEN}}} value will be expected to be part of the query string. The
accepted {{{MB_CUR_LEN}}} value would be seperated from the canonical locale name expression
with a period. An example query string...
+ The expected format of the query string is similar to what is described above, except that
the requested {{{MB_CUR_LEN}}} value will be expected to be part of the query string. The
accepted {{{MB_CUR_LEN}}} value would be seperated from the canonical locale name expression
with a space. An example query string...
  
  {{{
-    zh_*.*.{5..3} *_FR.*.1
+    {zh_*.* {5..3},*_FR.* 1}
  }}}
  
- This would match all 5, 4 and 3 byte encodings of the Chinese language in any country, then
all 1 byte encodings for any language spoken in France.
+ This would match all 5, 4 and 3 byte encodings of the Chinese language in any country, then
all 1 byte encodings for any language in France.
  
  '''Perhaps we should consider adding an additional parameter to prepend the C/POSIX locales
as there is no way to match them using the canonical locale name matching rules we've laid
out above.'''
  

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