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internazionalization and ISO

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I'm writing my little procedure that manage win32 LCID. I have already a function tha transform a LCID into a descriptive string (like 1033 -> English (United States) but I want something that do: 1033 -> en-US is it right to use ISO 3166-1 for 2 letters country code and ISO 639 for language 2 letters name? I mean, is this the standard naming convention? Win32 uses this? MSDN is a little confusionary in description and ISO is the same...

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