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How do I get the current machin'e locale?

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Hi,

Not clear on how I can get the LCID for the machine I'm currently
running on, so I can make a call to VariantChangeTypeEx, which takes a
LCID in order to decide how to convert the data.

Thanks,
Eyal.

Feb 19 '07 #1
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On Feb 19, 4:02 pm, eyal.sus...@gmail.com wrote:
Hi,

Not clear on how I can get the LCID for the machine I'm currently
running on, so I can make a call to VariantChangeTypeEx, which takes a
LCID in order to decide how to convert the data.
This is a question regarding non-standard C++, and thus off-topic
here. Try a win32 programming newsgroup.

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Erik Wikström

Feb 19 '07 #2

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