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Written in a concise, easy-to-read style, this handbook shows how to modify computer systems to meet the needs of international users. It takes readers on a tour of the many linguistic and cultural conventions used throughout the world, discussing how to break old programming habits in order to design with the flexibility needed to handle a variety of differing user needs.
1. What's This All About?
2. A World of Differences.
3. The World by Design.
4. Speaking Your Language.
5. Processing International Data Correctly.
6. Getting the System to Speak Your Language.
7. Multilingual and Distributed Processing.
8. A Few Constants.
9. Writing About the World.