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December 18, 2007

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Moim Hossain

WOW! Interesting. I like it. thanks for the post.

Shafqat Ahmed

Thanks for the comment. I just showed a minimum barebone code implementation. You can find details with C# implmentation of Bangla in the following Codeproject article which is actually a chapter from a book ".NET Internationalization: The Developer's Guide to Building Global Windows and Web Applications: Chapter 11 - Custom Cultures"

The article is located here

http://www.codeproject.com/KB/books/CustomCultures.aspx

Kaushik Ghosh

Your post was usefull. Do you have any idea of creating custom HTTP Handler for handling a webservice request and producing response or accepting request in JSON format. Please tell me if you know

Shafqat Ahmed

Yes I do, Please email me your specific question

Kumar

Hi Thanks for your help.

but when i tried to run this code, it was throwing errors like CultureAndRegionInfoBuilder is not avilable/no reference found. whcih name space do i need to give reference

rohara

Add a reference to sysglobl.dll located under the framework v2... dir.

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