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Change the time, date and clock display format programaticaly using TLocale

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Created: savaj (22 Apr 2009)
Last edited: hamishwillee (20 Jul 2012)
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Symbian OS provides the TLocale class to set the system-wide locale settings including time,date and clock. In Symbian OS most applications do not need to change the locale settings; they just use the system setting instead.

Header Required

#include <e32std.h>

Library Needed

Library euser.lib

Capability Required

Capability WriteDeviceData

Source code:

TLocale locale;
//To set time format
locale.SetTimeFormat(ETime24);
//To set date format
locale.SetDateFormat(EDateJapanese);
//To set clock format
locale.SetClockFormat(EClockAnalog);
locale.Set();

Note: After TLocale::Set() function has been called, other applications may use the new settings for newly-constructed TLocale objects, or if they use TLocale::Refresh(), to refresh their settings from the system copy.

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