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Abhi Lahare21-Dec-09 5:41
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Not sure about the overall design of your app, but I suppose you have english in place and you are going for I18N

Few options:

1) generate one resource dll per language, disadvantages, you will end up in 10 different files in your directory which you are already doing.

2) generate no dll (copy all the strings into the English id and then on you can make copies for each language. the advantage of the approach is you will have same ids, for all the languages. and you can make a wrapper function to load a string like
LoadMyString(langId,ID_OF_STRING_FROM_STRINGTABLE) and setting langID based on user selection or certain criteria for whole UI session.
disadv: you need all string information at compile time.

Regards
Abhi
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