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After creating a table of international data, check to see if your application sorts the data correctly. The code page associated with the table determines the sort order, because the code page specifies the available sort orders or collation sequences.

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Understanding Sort Orders

Describes how to use sort orders, to make it possible to sort data properly for various languages.
How to: Specify a Sort Order

Explains how to specify a sort order in your application, for subsequent indexing and sorting operations.
Application Creation with Double-Byte Character Sets

Discusses how to use Double-Byte Character Sets, for languages that require more than one byte to represent characters, in your application.

Related Sections

Code Pages in Visual FoxPro

Provides links to topics that explain how data stored in Visual FoxPro often is tagged with a code page, which is a table of characters and corresponding numbers in memory that Microsoft Windows uses to display data properly.
Creating International Applications

Provides links to subjects on how you can design and develop your Visual FoxPro applications so they are as effective internationally as domestically.
Developing International Applications

Provides links to topics that describe how to develop and plan Visual FoxPro applications that are compatible and effective in international markets.

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