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Default Localisation: Cultures/UICultures/Regions/Locales

OK.....Im just not getting it!

I insert the following code into a test page....

lblCulture.Text = CultureInfo.CurrentCulture.EnglishName
lblUICulture.Text = CultureInfo.CurrentUICulture.EnglishName
lblRegion.Text = RegionInfo.CurrentRegion.EnglishName

And they display:
English (Australia)
English (United States)

I go into my Windows Control Panel-Regional Options and set the Locale to Dutch(Belgian) and the above values remain as Australia.

Can anyone explain why the Culture is Australia (yes I live in Australia), the UI Culture is United States, and the REgion is Australia.

I thought these would have changed along with the System Locale set through the control panel...

Any explanations would be appreciated!!

If anyone can point me to a good localisation tutorial I d appreciate it too....the Microsoft ones didnt help all that much.



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