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NAME

       Locale - Locale objects and API for them.

   Typedefs
       typedef struct MLocale MLocale
           struct MLocale.

   Functions
       MLocale * mlocale_set (int category, const char *name)
           Set the current locale.
       MSymbol mlocale_get_prop (MLocale *locale, MSymbol key)
           Get the value of a locale property.
       int mtext_ftime (MText *mt, const char *format, const struct tm *tm, MLocale *locale)
           Format date and time.
       MText * mtext_getenv (const char *name)
           Get an environment variable.
       int mtext_putenv (MText *mt)
           Change or add an environment variable.
       int mtext_coll (MText *mt1, MText *mt2)
           Compare two M-texts using the current locale.

   Variables
       MSymbol Mterritory
       MSymbol Mmodifier
       MSymbol Mcodeset

Detailed Description

       Locale objects and API for them.

       The m17n library represents locale related information as objects of type MLocale.

Typedef Documentation

   typedef struct MLocale MLocale
       struct MLocale. The structure MLocale is used to hold information about name, language,
       territory, modifier, codeset, and the corresponding coding system of locales.

       The contents of this structure are implementation dependent. Its internal structure is
       concealed from application programs.

       SEE ALSO
           mlocale_get_prop()

Variable Documentation

   MSymbol Mterritory The symbol whose name is 'territory'.
   MSymbol Mmodifier The symbol whose name is 'modifier'.
   MSymbol Mcodeset The symbol whose name is 'codeset'.

Author

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       (AIST)
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