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Evolve Resources for Mosby's Nursing Video Skills: Physical Examination and Health Assessment, 2nd Edition

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  • Foreword


    Preface


    Chapter 1. The Concept of Internationalization


    1.1 International Software


    Chapter 2. Digital's International Product Model


    2.1 Components in Digital's International Product Model


    2.1.1 The International Base Component


    2.1.2 The User Interface Component


    2.1.3 The Market-Specific Component


    2.1.4 The Country-Specific Information Component


    2.2 Applying the Model to Software Development


    2.2.1 Applying the Model to Asian Software


    2.2.2 DECwrite Software: A Sample Product


    2.2.3 The Independent Aspects of International Software


    2.3 The Importance of Market-Specific Components


    Chapter 3. International Text Processing


    3.1 Character Sets


    3.2 Guidelines for Coding Multilingual Data


    3.3 Text Processing Requirements


    3.4 Collating Sequences


    3.4.1 Complicating Factors in Collating Sequences


    3.4.2 Collating ASCII Characters


    3.4.3 Digital's Multinational Collating Sequence


    3.4.4 Collating Arabic Characters


    3.4.5 Collating Hebrew Characters


    3.4.6 Collating Ideographic Characters


    Chapter 4. Designing Localizable Software


    4.1 Application and User Profiles


    4.1.1 Defining Attributes of Profiles


    4.1.2 Implementing Profiles


    4.2 Developing an International User Interface


    4.2.1 Analyzing User Input


    4.2.2 Displaying User Output


    4.3 Local Data Conventions


    4.4 Local Devices


    4.5 Programming and Command Languages


    4.6 Localizing Source Code: An Example


    4.6.1 Sample Program Before Internationalization


    4.6.2 Removing Embedded User-Visible Text


    4.6.3 Allowing Message File Definition at Run Time


    4.6.4 Changing the Command Table Definition


    4.6.5 Selecting Command Tables During Execution


    Chapter 5. Designing Multilingual Software


    5.1 Multilingual Software


    5.2 Multilingual Products Versus Localizable Products


    5.3 Planning Multilingual Applications


    5.3.1 Concurrent Multilingual Usage on a System


    5.3.2 Concurrent Multilingual Usage Within the Same Application


    5.3.3 Concurrent Multilingual Usage on an Integrated, Internationally Distributed Network


    5.3.4 Communication Between Multilingual Applications


    5.4 Designing Multilingual Software Products


    5.4.1 Storing Data for Use by Multilingual Applications


    5.4.2 Sorting Data Used by Multilingual Applications


    Chapter 6. Using the DECwindows Interface


    6.1 International DECwindows User Interfaces


    6.1.1 Object-Oriented User Interfaces


    6.1.2 User Interface Language


    6.1.3 DECwindows Toolkit Widgets


    6.2 International Application Resource Databases


    6.3 Local Conventions


    6.4 International Text Processing


    6.4.1 Indicating Character Sets


    6.4.2 Compound Strings


    6.4.3 Collating Sequences and Conversion Functions


    6.5 Local Devices


    6.6 DECwindows Interface: Localizable Software Example


    Chapter 7. Using the VMS Operating System


    7.1 DECforms User Interface


    7.2 Messages in VMS


    7.2.1 Using Message Pointers


    7.2.2 Using Logical Names to Switch Message Files


    7.2.3 Using $FAO to Reorder Message Parameters


    7.2.4 Using $FAO for Conditional Messaging


    7.3 Local Conventions


    7.3.1 Formatting Dates and Times


    7.3.2 Formatting Number and Currency Values


    7.3.3 International Collating Sequences


    7.3.4 Using Sort/Merge Routines


    7.3.5 Using Conversion Functions


    7.4 Command Language Localization


    7.5 The Terminal Fallback Facility


    7.6 VMS Operating System: Multilingual Software Example


    7.6.1 Sample Application and User Profiles 148


    7.6.2 Sample Source Code


    Chapter 8. Using the ULTRIX Operating System


    8.1 International Keyboard Support


    8.2.1 Creating a Message Catalog


    8.2.2 String Extraction


    8.2.3 Format of the Message Text Source File


    8.2.4 Using the gencat Program


    8.2.5 Library Routines


    8.2.6 Using the trans Translation Tool


    8.2 The Message Catalog System


    8.3.1 The Announcement Mechanism 196


    8.3.2 Announcement Categories


    8.3.3 Setting the Program Locale


    8.3.4 Setting a Specific Category


    8.3.5 Setting All Categories


    8.3.6 Supported Locales


    8.3 Creating Localized Programs


    8.4 Local Conventions


    8.5 International Text Processing


    8.6 IDATE: A Sample ULTRIX Program


    8.7 Language Support Databases


    8.7.1 The Codeset Definition


    8.7.2 The Property Table


    8.7.3 The Collation Table


    8.7.4 The String Table


    8.7.5 The Conversion Tables


    Chapter 9. Supporting Multi-byte Characters


    9.1 Input of Multi-Byte Characters


    9.1.1 Terminators and Delimiters


    9.1.2 Queue Input/Output


    9.2 Character Output


    9.2.1 Character Wrapping

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