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Locale::Constants

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Locale::Constants

SYNOPSIS

  1. use Locale::Constants;
  2. $codeset = LOCALE_CODE_ALPHA_2;

DESCRIPTION

Locale::Constants defines symbols which are used in the four modules from the Locale-Codes distribution:

  1. Locale::Language
  2. Locale::Country
  3. Locale::Currency
  4. Locale::Script

Note: at the moment only Locale::Country and Locale::Script support more than one code set.

The symbols defined are used to specify which codes you want to be used:

  1. LOCALE_CODE_ALPHA_2
  2. LOCALE_CODE_ALPHA_3
  3. LOCALE_CODE_NUMERIC

You shouldn't have to use this module directly yourself - it is used by the three Locale modules, which in turn export the symbols.

KNOWN BUGS AND LIMITATIONS

None at the moment.

SEE ALSO

  • Locale::Language

    Codes for identification of languages.

  • Locale::Country

    Codes for identification of countries.

  • Locale::Script

    Codes for identification of scripts.

  • Locale::Currency

    Codes for identification of currencies and funds.

AUTHOR

Neil Bowers <neil@bowers.com>

COPYRIGHT

Copyright (C) 2002-2004, Neil Bowers.

Copyright (C) 2001, Canon Research Centre Europe (CRE).

This module is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.