GNU/Linux Command – LOCALE

locale — Get and show the LOCAL Environment specific information.
 
Summary:
 
The locale program writes information about the current local environment, or all locales, to screen. Locale is a set of local environment settings, which is used to describe the Language Encoding Standard, Date/Time format, Number format, Telephone Number format, Paper format, etc …
 
Examples:
$ locale -- Show the current locale settings.  $ locale -a -- List currently available locale settings.  $ locale -m -- List currently available character encodings.  $ locale -c LC_TIME -- Show values of the LC_TIME.  $ locale -k LC_TIME -- Show the Name and Value of the LC_TIME.
Read: man locale

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