Internationalization Cookbook
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Archive for June, 2005

Starting Mac Programming – Chapter two – my first program

I am starting to write my first application. No books, not nothing. Just jump and try to swim.

Starting Mac Programming – Chapter one

Making the Big (Mac) decisions: what to buy, what compiler, Carbon or Cocoa?

Starting Mac Programming

I am moving to the dark side: learning some Mac programming. Not to become an expert, but at least to see how internationalization works in that part of the world :-)

Setting the user and system locales

One of the most basic operations. You will need to do this countless times if you have to use non-Unicode applications to manipulate localized data (for instance if you have to resize Japanese resources in Developer Studio .NET 2003 or earlier).