Globalization Rules rule set for managed code

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You can use the Microsoft Globalization Rules rule set to focus on problems that might prevent data in your application from appearing correctly in different languages, locales, and cultures. You should include this rule set if your application is localized, globalized, or both.

Rule Description
CA1300 Specify MessageBoxOptions
CA1301 Avoid duplicate accelerators
CA1302 Do not hardcode locale specific strings
CA1303 Do not pass literals as localized parameters
CA1304 Specify CultureInfo
CA1305 Specify IFormatProvider
CA1306 Set locale for data types
CA1307 Specify StringComparison
CA1308 Normalize strings to uppercase
CA1309 Use ordinal StringComparison
CA2101 Specify marshaling for P/Invoke string arguments