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Using the .NET Framework for Global Impact        
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By using a simple wrapper class that exposes information from the System.Globalization.CultureInfo class of the Microsoft .NET Framework, it's easy to format data for any locale that Windows supports. This article shows how to make use of the globalization information that the .NET Framework provides, so that you can format date, time, and currency values correctly from within Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0 applications.


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