The GetThreadLocale function returns the calling threadís current locale.
This function has no parameters.
The function returns the calling threadís 32-bit LCID locale identifier.
When a thread is created, it is given the system default thread locale. The system reads the system default thread locale from the registry when the system boots. This system default can be modified for future process and thread creation using Control Panelís International application.
SetThreadLocale, GetSystemDefaultLCID, GetUserDefaultLCID
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