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  1. #1
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    native language support in j2me

    Hi
    i want my application display hjindi language..i tried thid by changing the phone's language..in my application i am using text boxes,alerts etc..for eg a text box name is
    Admin Password..and in the textbox hav to enter the password..the entering format is in hindi..but the label of text box like.."Admin Password" didn't changed to hindi..what do i do to change it to hindi...

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    Re: native language support in j2me

    you need localization functionality in your application.
    for that just read this discussion.

    Java Localization
    Be hungry,Be foolish
    vivart pandey

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    Re: native language support in j2me

    Mobile phone's do not contain software that automatically translates software from English into Hindi! You need to put Hindi translations in your application.

    This document describes an easy way to have multiple languages in your application.

    Graham.

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