Assistant Localization

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  • Language — The primary language of your assistant.
  • Locale code — A set of regional-specific settings, e.g. language and currency. See the table of available locale codes at the bottom of this article.
  • Currency — The default currency of products in your digital assistant.
  • Currency symbol — The currency symbol e.g. $ or USD.
  • Currency positionShould the currency be placed before the price (prepend) or after the price (append)? E.g. €100,00 or 100,00 €.
  • Currency decimal separator — The character used as the decimal separator for prices.

    For example: In the US, this character is a period (.). In Germany, it is a comma (,). Thus, “ninety-nine ninety-nine” is displayed as 99.99 in the US and 99,99 in Germany
  • Currency thousand separator — The character used as the thousands separator for prices.

    For example: In the US, this character is a comma (,). In Germany, it is a period (.). Thus, one thousand is displayed as 1,000 in the US and 1.000 in Germany. In Sweden, the thousands separator is a space
Code Region

ar_SA

Arabic, Saudi Arabia

de_AT

German, Austria

de_CH

Swiss Standard German, Switzerland

de_DE

German, Germany

el_GR

Modern Greek, Greece

en_AU

Australian English, Australia

en_CA

Canadian English, Canada

en_GB

British English, Great Britain

en_IN

English, India

en_NZ

English, New Zealand

en_SG

English, Singapore

en_US

American English, United States

en_ZA

English, South Africa

es_ES

Spanish, Spain

es_MX

Spanish, Mexico

es_US

Spanish, United States

fr_BE

French, Belgium

fr_CA

French, Canada

fr_FR

French, France

iw_IL

Hebrew, Israel

ja_JP

Japanese, Japan

ko_KR

Korean, Korea

nl_BE

Dutch, Belgium

pt_BR

Portuguese, Brazil

pt_PT

Portuguese, Portugal

ru_RU

Russian, Russia

th_TH

Thai, Thailand

zh_CN

Simplified Chinese, China



 

 

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