In this tutorial, we are going to discuss about Internationalization in java. Internationalization (often abbreviated as I18N) in Java refers to the process of designing and developing software applications that can be adapted to different languages, regions, and cultural conventions without requiring changes to the source code.

Internationalization enables applications to support multiple languages and locales, allowing them to reach a broader audience and provide a better user experience for users worldwide.

The process of designing a web application such that it supports various countries, various languages without performing any changes in the application is called Internationalization.


If the request is coming from India then the response should be in India specific form, and if the request is from US then the response should be in US specific form. We can implement Internationalization by using the following classes.

1. Locale

To represent a particular region.

2. NumberFormat

For formatting Numbers.

3. DateFormat

For formatting Dates.

That’s all about the Internationalization introduction in java. If you have any queries or feedback, please write us at Enjoy learning, Enjoy Java.!!

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