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Hi Imar,

Excuse for my English I´am not English native but french.

Thank you for this Book.It is great (pedagogical) .It ist not a book for expert but really for beginner starting with asp.net and C#

I bought your book for 2 weeks because I found a job in a compagny where they programm ASP.NET and C#.Last week My Boss ask me to develop an application with resource and Localization because the website will be in English french and German.I looked for the "Try out " and "How it Work" for this Topic but I didn´t find anything about it.

If you send us an example with "try out" and "how it work" or a bonus chapter about resource and localisation it would be great.

Alain
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Hi Alain,

I considered localization to be an advanced topic and as such didn't include it in the Beginning book. That also meansI don't have any ready-made TIOs or bonus chapters available for this topic.

However, you may want to check out Professional ASP.NET: http://www.wrox.com/WileyCDA/WroxTit...470187573.html It has a whole chapter devoted to localization in ASP.NET.

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