According to our data, Jordon, Lebanon, Syria have different Day
Abbreviations from arabic, and they also have different month names and
abbreviations. (I don't have an Arabic viewer at this system so it's not
showing right). In fact, it doesn't look like Jordan is using
abbreviations at all for days or months. And, the month names are
As Markus said, you can see what the inheritance is doing- If you look
at Arabic-Kuwait you will see "inherited from Arabic" next to the month
and day names. That is not written next to Arabic-Jordan because
Arabic-Jordan (ar_JO) has its own data.
On Fri, 28 Jun 2002, eraser <eraser066@...> wrote:
> Hi, There's something I don't understand about the
> language used for locals...
> In jordan, they speak arabic, just like in kuwait. But
> when I look in the local explorer, the months written
> in text aren't the same.
> If there is different arabic languages, how can I set
> one or the other in a SimpleDateFormat object?
> I create the object like this:
> m_sdfParser(L"", "ar", status)
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