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Files in general are located on CD or on drives in a LCID folder, where LCID is the number for the language of the product in question. After installation, these files are located on your hard disk in C:\Program Files\MyProgram\LCID, where LCID is the number for the language of the product.
|Arabic (Saudi Arabia)||1025|
|Chinese (Hong Kong SAR)||3076|
|English (United States)||1033|
|Spanish (Modern Sort)||3082|
Web Developer's Guide to HTML 5
HTML 5 differences from HTML 4
HTML Design Principles
If queries will be executed on a Web site containing documents in different languages,
it is necessary to set the MS.Locale and the Content-Type variable in each
page so that the proper character set is displayed in the results. Both
of these variables should be set if the HTML pages are written in different languages.
CONTENT="FR">For mor information go to Microsoft
and search for: Valid Locale Identifiers
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