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30.12 java.util.Locale (JDK 1.1)

The Locale class represents a locale: a political, geographical, or cultural region that typically has a distinct language and distinct customs and conventions for such things as formatting dates, times, and numbers.

The Locale class defines a number of constants that represent commonly used locales. Locale also defines a static getDefault() method that returns the default Locale object, which represents a locale value inherited from the host system. Furthermore, many locale-sensitive classes, such as DateFormat, provide getAvailableLocales() methods that return a list of supported Locale objects. If none of these methods for obtaining a Locale object is suitable, you can also explicitly create your own Locale object. To do this, you must specify a language code, a country code, and an optional variant string.

The Locale class does not implement any internationalization behavior itself; it merely serves as a locale identifier for those classes that can localize their behavior. Given a Locale object, you can invoke the various getDisplay methods to obtain a description of the locale suitable for display to a user. Note that these methods may themselves take a Locale argument so that the names of languages and countries can be localized as appropriate.

public final class Locale extends Object implements Cloneable, Serializable {
    // Public Constructors
            public Locale(String language, String country, String variant);
            public Locale(String language, String country);
    // Constants
            public static final Locale CANADA;
            public static final Locale CANADA_FRENCH;
            public static final Locale CHINA;
            public static final Locale CHINESE;
            public static final Locale ENGLISH;
            public static final Locale FRANCE;
            public static final Locale FRENCH;
            public static final Locale GERMAN;
            public static final Locale GERMANY;
            public static final Locale ITALIAN;
            public static final Locale ITALY;
            public static final Locale JAPAN;
            public static final Locale JAPANESE;
            public static final Locale KOREA;
            public static final Locale KOREAN;
            public static final Locale PRC;
            public static final Locale SIMPLIFIED_CHINESE;
            public static final Locale TAIWAN;
            public static final Locale TRADITIONAL_CHINESE;
            public static final Locale UK;
            public static final Locale US;
    // Class Methods
            public static synchronized Locale getDefault();
            public static synchronized void setDefault(Locale newLocale);
    // Public Instance Methods
            public Object clone();  // Overrides Object
            public boolean equals(Object obj);  // Overrides Object
            public String getCountry();
            public final String getDisplayCountry();
            public String getDisplayCountry(Locale inLocale);
            public final String getDisplayLanguage();
            public String getDisplayLanguage(Locale inLocale);
            public final String getDisplayName();
            public String getDisplayName(Locale inLocale);
            public final String getDisplayVariant();
            public String getDisplayVariant(Locale inLocale);
            public String getISO3Country() throws MissingResourceException;
            public String getISO3Language() throws MissingResourceException;
            public String getLanguage();
            public String getVariant();
            public synchronized int hashCode();  // Overrides Object
            public final String toString();  // Overrides Object

Passed To:

BreakIterator.getCharacterInstance(), BreakIterator.getLineInstance(), BreakIterator.getSentenceInstance(), BreakIterator.getWordInstance(), Calendar(), Calendar.getInstance(), Collator.getInstance(), Component.setLocale(), DateFormat.getDateInstance(), DateFormat.getDateTimeInstance(), DateFormat.getTimeInstance(), DateFormatSymbols(), DecimalFormatSymbols(), GregorianCalendar(), Locale.getDisplayCountry(), Locale.getDisplayLanguage(), Locale.getDisplayName(), Locale.getDisplayVariant(), Locale.setDefault(), MessageFormat.setLocale(), NumberFormat.getCurrencyInstance(), NumberFormat.getInstance(), NumberFormat.getNumberInstance(), NumberFormat.getPercentInstance(), ResourceBundle.getBundle(), SimpleDateFormat(), String.toLowerCase(), String.toUpperCase()

Returned By:

Applet.getLocale(), BreakIterator.getAvailableLocales(), Calendar.getAvailableLocales(), Collator.getAvailableLocales(), Component.getLocale(), DateFormat.getAvailableLocales(), Locale.getDefault(), MessageFormat.getLocale(), NumberFormat.getAvailableLocales(), Window.getLocale()

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