Semnificatia valorilor pentru setarile regionale din registrii Windows
iCountry Country code is the international telephone code, except for Canada, which is 2. The default is 1.
iCurrDigits Number digits displayed after the decimal separator. The default is 2.
iCurrency Determines how currency is displayed:
2 $ 2
3 2 $
iDate Determines how dates are displayed:
iDigits The number of digits displayed after the decimal separator in numbers. The default is 2.
iLZero Leading zeros are not displayed if 0 (default). A Leading zero is displayed if set to 1.
iMeasure Metric is 0, U.S. is 1
iNegCurr Determines the format for displaying negative numbers (default is 1):
9 -$ 100.00
10 100.00 $-
11 $ 100.00-
12 $ -100.00
13 100.00- $
15 (100.00 $)
iTime Determines if the clock is 12 hours (0) or 24-hour (1).
iTLZero The default of 0 means hours may have single digits, a 1 pads to double digits.
Locale locale ID for spoken language. The default is U.S. English which is 00000409.
s1159 AM indicator for a 12 hour clock.
s2359 PM indicator for a 12 hour clock.
sCountry Country name. The default for U.S. English is United States.
sCurrency Currency symbol. The default for U.S. English is $.
sDate Date separator. The default for U.S. English is /.
sDecimal Decimal separator symbol. The default for U.S. English is the . (period).
sLanguage Language abbreviation: (U.S. English is ENU)
DEA German (Austrian)
DES German (Swiss)
ENA English (Australia)
ENC English (Canada)
ENG English (U.K.)
ENI English (Irish)
ENU English (U.S.)
ENZ English (New Zealand)
ESM Spanish (Mexican)
ESN Modern Spanish
ESP Castilian Spanish
FRB French (Belgian)
FRC French (Canadian)
FRS French (Swiss)
ITS Italian (Swiss)
NLB Dutch (Belgian)
NON Norwegian (Nynorsk)
NOR Norwegian (Bokmal)
PTB Portuguese (Brazilian)
sList List separator character. The default for U.S. English is , (comma).
sLongDate Long Date format:
dddd, MMMM dd, yyyy Wednesday, November 19, 1997
MMMM dd, yyyy November 19, 1997
dddd, dd MMMM, yyyy Wednesday, 19 November , 1997
dd MMMM, yyyy 19 November , 1997
sShortDate Short date:
sThousand Thousands separator. The default for U.S. English is , (comma).
sTime Time separator. The default for U.S. English is : (colon).
sTimeFormat The default is HH:mm:ss