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The SetLocaleInfo function sets an item of locale information. It does so by making an entry in the process portion of the locale table. This setting only affects the user override portion of the locale settings; it does not set the system defaults.

Only certain types of locale information, or LCTYPE values, can be set by this function. See the following Remarks section for a list of valid LCTYPE values.

The locale information is always passed in as a null-terminated Unicode string in the Unicode (W) version of the function, and as a null-terminated ANSI string in the ANSI (A) version. No integers are allowed by this function; any numeric values must be specified as Unicode or ANSI text. Each LCTYPE has a particular format, as noted in Locale Identifiers.

BOOL SetLocaleInfo(

    LCID Locale,

// locale identifier

    LCTYPE LCType,

// type of information to set

    LPCTSTR lpLCData 

// pointer to information to set

   );

Parameters

Locale
Specifies the locale whose information the function will set.
LCType
Specifies the type of locale information to be set by the function. Note that only one LCTYPE may be specified per call. Not all LCTYPE values are valid; see the list of valid LCTYPE values in the following Remarks section.
lpLCData
Points to a null-terminated string containing the locale information the function will set. This should be an LPWSTR for the Unicode (W) version of the function, and an LPSTR for the ANSI (A) version. The information must be in the specified LCTYPEís particular format.

Return Values

If the function succeeds, the return value is nonzero.

If the function fails, the return value is zero. To get extended error information, call GetLastError. GetLastError may return one of the following error codes:

ERROR_INVALID_ACCESS

ERROR_INVALID_FLAGS

ERROR_INVALID_PARAMETER

Remarks

The following LCTYPE values are valid for this function:

LOCALE_ICALENDARTYPE

LOCALE_SDATE

LOCALE_ICURRDIGITS

LOCALE_SDECIMAL

LOCALE_ICURRENCY

LOCALE_SGROUPING

LOCALE_IDIGITS

LOCALE_SLIST

LOCALE_IFIRSTDAYOFWEEK

LOCALE_SLONGDATE

LOCALE_IFIRSTWEEKOFYEAR

LOCALE_SMONDECIMALSEP

LOCALE_ILZERO

LOCALE_SMONGROUPING

LOCALE_IMEASURE

LOCALE_SMONTHOUSANDSEP

LOCALE_INEGCURR

LOCALE_SNEGATIVESIGN

LOCALE_INEGNUMBER

LOCALE_SPOSITIVESIGN

LOCALE_IPAPERSIZE

LOCALE_SSHORTDATE

LOCALE_ITIME

LOCALE_STHOUSAND

LOCALE_S1159

LOCALE_STIME

LOCALE_S2359

LOCALE_STIMEFORMAT

LOCALE_SCURRENCY

LOCALE_SYEARMONTH

See Also

GetLocaleInfo 


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