|Aug 22, 2010, 07:36 PM||#1|
UILocalizedIndexedCollation isn't localized
I am trying to display a list of names in an indexed table view. Since I can't know the users' localization settings, I tried to use UILocalizedIndexedCollation.
The problem is that no matter what the language/regional settings are set to, the array returned by UILocalizedIndexedCollation always contains the english letters A-Z plus the # symbol. I tried French, German and Greek but I always got back the same array.
I am using the Window-based app template with the following code added in the application:didFinishLaunchingWithOptions: method.
NSArray *arr = [[UILocalizedIndexedCollation currentCollation] sectionIndexTitles]; NSLog(@"%@", arr);
Is this a problem with the simulator, Apple's APIs or am I doing something wrong?
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