A specific culture is a culture that is associated with a language and a country/region.
However, the invariant culture must be used only by processes that require culture-independent results, such as system services; otherwise, it produces results that might be linguistically incorrect or culturally inappropriate.
A neutral culture is a culture that is associated with a language but not with a country/region.
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If interoperability with Windows is required (for example, through the p/invoke mechanism), use a specific culture that is defined in the . This will ensure consistency with the equivalent Windows locale, which is identified with the same LCID.
A Date Time Format Info or a Number Format Info can be created only for the invariant culture or for specific cultures, not for neutral cultures.
The String class indirectly uses this class to obtain information about the default culture. Some culture names have suffixes that specify the script; for example, "-Cyrl" specifies the Cyrillic script, "-Latn" specifies the Latin script.
The culture names follow the RFC 1766 standard in the format " is an uppercase two-letter code derived from ISO 3166. The following predefined Culture Info names and identifiers are accepted and used by this class and other classes in the System. The culture identifier "0x0c0a" for "Spanish - Spain" uses the default international sort order; the culture identifier "0x040A", which is also for "Spanish - Spain", uses the traditional sort order.
It can be used in almost any method in the Globalization namespace that requires a culture.
If a security decision depends on a string comparison or a case-change operation, use the Invariant Culture to ensure that the behavior will be consistent regardless of the culture settings of the system.
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