From: Mike Ayers (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Dec 12 2005 - 19:14:16 CST
Given a dynamic list to enumerate into a sentence ( "dog", "cat",
"mouse", "ostrich" ), how do I proceed? The list items themselves are
already globalized, it is the creation of the syntactically correct
localized string declaring the list ( "dog, cat, mouse, and ostrich" ).
Pointers are fine.
P.S. Point me to some definitions, too, please. I find myself using
"globalization" and "internationalization" interchangeably, which I'm
rather sure is incorrect. I tried to find a trade dictionary online
with no success.
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