Presented in a hands-on, highly readable fashion, this book covers the latest techniques and tips for creating and using internationalized software. It begins with a model for the internationalization of software and progresses through standard UNIX internationalization features. From tasks such as correct handling of characters across languages and codesets, programming, administering, and translating program messages, setting and modifying the desired local language environment and more, authors Tom Madell, Clark Parsons, and John Abegg provide a detailed examination of this increasingly timely area of concern. Topics include understanding internationalization, running internationalized software, developing internationalized software, localizing internationalized software, special programming topics, and creating a new language environment. Whether used as a textbook or as an addition to your personal reference library, Developing and Localizing International Software is a valuable addition to the Hewlett-Packard Professional Book series.Patricia wrote the original version of the Native Language Support: Usera#39;s Guide, the Hewlett-Packard manual upon ... the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign , and has completed numerous programming and computer science courses.
|Title||:||Developing and Localizing International Software|
|Author||:||Tom Madell, Clark Parsons, John Abegg|
|Publisher||:||Prentice Hall - 1994|