JDK (Java Development Kit) 1.7 Locale.getDefault has a bug. It returns USA when it should return Canada.java.text.NumberFormat uses the current locale by default. You can create a locale specific
import java.text.Numberformat; // ... NumberFormat nf = NumberFormat.getNumberInstance( someLocale );You can use that NumberFormat both for input (parsing) and output (formatting): java.text.DecimalFormatSymbols lets you get and set the individual characters such as getDecimalSeparator() and getGroupingSeparator(). You can translate Strings, Audioclips and Images used by your programs and pack them into java.util.ResourceBundles.
You can set the Locale three different ways:
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