PercentFormatter PercentFormatter PercentFormatter PercentFormatter PercentFormatter Constructors

Definition

Overloads

PercentFormatter() PercentFormatter() PercentFormatter() PercentFormatter() PercentFormatter()

Creates a PercentFormatter object and initializes it to default values.

PercentFormatter(IIterable<String>, String) PercentFormatter(IIterable<String>, String) PercentFormatter(IIterable<String>, String) PercentFormatter(IIterable<String>, String) PercentFormatter(IIterable<String>, String)

Creates a PercentFormatter object initialized by a language list and a geographic region.

PercentFormatter() PercentFormatter() PercentFormatter() PercentFormatter() PercentFormatter()

Creates a PercentFormatter object and initializes it to default values.

public : PercentFormatter()
PercentFormatter() const;
public PercentFormatter()
Public Sub New()
var percentFormatter = new percentFormatter();
See also

PercentFormatter(IIterable<String>, String) PercentFormatter(IIterable<String>, String) PercentFormatter(IIterable<String>, String) PercentFormatter(IIterable<String>, String) PercentFormatter(IIterable<String>, String)

Creates a PercentFormatter object initialized by a language list and a geographic region.

public : PercentFormatter(IIterable<Platform::String> languages, Platform::String geographicRegion)
PercentFormatter(IIterable<winrt::hstring> languages, winrt::hstring geographicRegion) const;
public PercentFormatter(IEnumerable<String> languages, String geographicRegion)
Public Sub New(languages As IEnumerable(Of String), geographicRegion As String)
var percentFormatter = new percentFormatter(languages, geographicRegion);

Parameters

languages
IEnumerable<String> IEnumerable<String> IEnumerable<String>

The list of language identifiers, in priority order, representing the choice of languages. See Remarks.

geographicRegion
String String String

The identifier for the geographic region.

Remarks

If your app passes language tags used in this class to any National Language Support functions, it must first convert the tags by calling ResolveLocaleName.

Starting in : Language tags support the Unicode extensions "ca-" and "nu-". (See Unicode Key/Type Definitions.) Note that the "nu-" extension can affect the numeral system used by PercentFormatter objects.

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