Re: External localization?
Has anyone here encountered a scheme in which the constant strings, particularly the diagnostic messages, of a software product are separated from the software itself?
That's the aim of internationalization. It's a very common practice, and
you've most likely encountered a lot of software that use language DLLs
or otherwise extermalized strings. See
http://www.i18ngurus.com/docs/984813255.html for articles related to the
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RE: External localization?: From: technicoid
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