Yanniel's notes – If you want to make your Delphi application general enough to address multiple locales, then you need to internationalize it. There are three common aspects that I want to emphasize (no necessarily in that order): Resourcing Unit conversionsDynamic messagesWe’ll cover the three of them with a very simple example. Consider the following code snipped intended for the en-US locale (English-United States of America):procedure TForm1.DefineFever;begin ShowMessage('If the body temperature rises above 99°F the person is considered to have a fever.');end; Resourcing is the process of removing ...
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