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A Locale object is used to represent a place (region/country). There are many Java operations that require Locale and are refered as Locale specific operations.
For example, getting instance of currency required Locale.
Locale locale = Locale.UK; String string = NumberFormat.getCurrencyInstance(locale).format(77.45); System.out.println(string);
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