L_SetlocaleW

#include "l_bitmap.h"

L_LTKRN_API L_WCHAR * L_SetlocaleW(category, locale)

Sets the locale for the library.

Parameters

L_INT category

Category affected by the locale.

const L_WCHAR * locale

Locale name.  Pass NULL to return the current locale.

Returns

Value Meaning
!NULL A pointer to the string representing the specified locale and category
NULL Indicates that the category or locale parameter value was invalid

Comments

This function is used under rare circumstances. It is necessary only when running non-UNICODE applications that must deal with text (for example, filename strings) that is not part of the ASCII character set (for example, Japanese characters). Non-ASCII text (i.e. a Japanese or Arabic character) can be stored non-ambiguously in UNICODE. However, for non-UNICODE applications, the multi-byte representation of such characters depends on the code page. In this case, you must set the code page appropriately. For example, a non-UNICODE application can display Japanese characters only if the code page is set to a Japanese code page (like Japanese_Japan.932).

Pass NULL for the parameter locale to get the current locale, leaving the current locale unchanged.

Internally, this function calls the Microsoft C runtime function, setlocale. For details, see the MSDN documentation.

Required DLLs and Libraries

Platforms

Win32, x64, Linux.

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