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multiple language support in C#

Hi all,
in VC6, it was possible to mix multiple lang within the same project
using different resource file adn resource only DLL, with Loadstring to
change the UI string on the fly. I don't know what is the .NET way of
doing that. Could someone please enlighten me on this?
Jan 17 '06 #1
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Lonewolf wrote:
in VC6, it was possible to mix multiple lang within the same project
using different resource file adn resource only DLL, with Loadstring to
change the UI string on the fly. I don't know what is the .NET way of
doing that. Could someone please enlighten me on this?


The class you're interested in is ResourceManager - have a look on MSDN
for the description. If you google for
ResourceManager tutorial .net
you should find plenty of helpful hits.

Jon

Jan 17 '06 #2
Jon Skeet [C# MVP] wrote:
Lonewolf wrote:
in VC6, it was possible to mix multiple lang within the same project
using different resource file adn resource only DLL, with Loadstring to
change the UI string on the fly. I don't know what is the .NET way of
doing that. Could someone please enlighten me on this?

The class you're interested in is ResourceManager - have a look on MSDN
for the description. If you google for
ResourceManager tutorial .net
you should find plenty of helpful hits.

Jon


I will look into that, thank you so much for enlightening me :D
Jan 18 '06 #3

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