Definition of Locales. Meaning of Locales. Synonyms of Locales

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Definition of Locales

Locale
Locale Lo`cale", n. [F. local.] 1. A place, spot, or location. 2. A principle, practice, form of speech, or other thing of local use, or limited to a locality.

Meaning of Locales from wikipedia

- Locale may refer to: Locale (computer software), a set of parameters that defines the user's language, region and any special variant preferences that...
- cultural elements) is an ISO standard for the registration of new POSIX locales and POSIX charmaps. This standard is the result of a "fast-track" adoption...
- page-based) applications in a locale of the user's choice. Since changing the locale normally requires a restart of Windows, AppLocale is especially po****r with...
- on defining a POSIX locale ICU Locale Explorer Debian Wiki on Locales Article "The Standard C++ Locale" by Nathan C. Myers locale(7): Description of multi-language...
- died in 2011. Pizzeria Locale is a fast casual pizza restaurant chain formed as a partnership with the original Pizzeria Locale, a single full-service...
- opposite to those of Frm, and they are usually called maps (of locales). The relation of locales and their maps to topological spaces and continuous functions...
- stations where human activities are carried out. Locale also indicates locations of former locales and incidents of human activity, such as a battlefield...
- category of frames (usually called of the category of locales). This justifies thinking of frames (locales) as of generalized topological spaces. A frame is...
- northern parts of North America to warmer southern locales, typically during the winter. The southern locales include the Sun Belt and Hawaii in the United...
- node may be defined as a locale. Parallel programming languages such as Chapel have specific constructs for declaring locales. Symmetric multiprocessing...
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