All spaces, punctuation, accented characters, and any other non-ASCII characters are replaced with \unn; in Java Unicode format encoding, where nn is equivalent to the hexadecimal number representing the character.
The lessons in this trail teach you how to internationalize Java applications. Internationalized applications are easy to tailor to the customs and languages of end users around the world.
Al Williams takes a look at resource bundles for supporting multiple languages.
Hello to Spanish speakers, with the localized time, Hello to Japanese speakers, Sending localized output read from a file, A servlet version of the Rosetta Stone, A servlet version of the Tower of Babel, The hidden charset.
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