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Using different culture to format Date
 

Imports System.Globalization

Module Example
   Public Sub Main()
      Dim cultures() As CultureInfo = {CultureInfo.InvariantCulture, _
                                       New CultureInfo("en-us"), _
                                       New CultureInfo("fr-fr"), _
                                       New CultureInfo("de-DE"), _
                                       New CultureInfo("es-ES"), _
                                       New CultureInfo("ja-JP")}

      Dim thisDate As Date =#5/1/2009 9:00AM#                                            

      For Each culture As CultureInfo In cultures
         Dim cultureName As String 
         If String.IsNullOrEmpty(culture.NameThen
            cultureName = culture.NativeName
         Else
            cultureName = culture.Name
         End If

         Console.WriteLine("In {0}, {1}",cultureName, thisDate.ToString(culture))
      Next                                            
   End Sub
End Module

   
  














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