The SetLocale function sets the LCID (locale ID).
There is one mandatory argument, the LCID, which is a short string,
decimal value, or hex value that uniquely identifies a geographic locale.
The various geographic locales are based upon the user's language, country,
and culture. For example, the locale "English - United States" can be
designated as either "en-us", or "1033", or "0x0409".
This locale information is used to establish user preferences and
formats for such things as alphabets, currency, dates, keyboard layout,
and numbers. A list of these locales, and their return values, can be
If the LCID is set to zero, the locale will be set by the system.
<% =SetLocale(0) %>
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