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It is always nice to see an article published in And if it happens so quickly, it is even better. I have just demonstrated the use of Multilingual applicaiton using WPF. It is just the login screen, where you can give user id and password. The static elements are fetched from Resource files.

The figure in the right shows how the UI looks like, when you run the application. The static elements are dependent on the Current UI culture. If we make the current regional settings as French, the UI elements will look as french.

The resources will be loaded dynamically using Thread.CurrentThread.CurrentCulture.

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Simplest Way to Implement Multilingual WPF Application

I would also like to Congratulate all my followers, Mr Sheo Narayan, Abhijit Jana, who always appreciated my work all the time.

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