I try to build a web site, using servlet&JSP(http://www.mycgiserver.com/~nan111/main.jsp). The decimal pointer of goods price is comma ",", I guess www.mycgiserver.com is hosted in France. The problem is that from visitor in here(Australia, or US), a decimal pointer is period ".", I have got no idea to how to build a dynamic page which is smart enough to decide which decimal pointer should be used, according to where visitors from. Do you have any idea? Thanks
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is it still true that many browsers out there don't send an ACCEPT-LANGUAGES header with their HTTP?
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