developing en e-mail application that users all over the world can download.
The application displays text strings in the user interface. At run time, these text strings must appear
in the language that is appropriate to the locale setting of the computer running the application.
You have resources to develop versions of the application for only four different cultures. You must
ensure that your application will also be usable by people of other cultures.
How should you prepare the application for deployment?
A. Package a different assembly for each culture.
B. Package a different executable file for each culture.
C. Package a main assembly for source code and the default culture.
Package satellite assemblies for the other cultures.
D. Package a main assembly for source code.
Package satellite assemblies for each culture.
Explanation: When you build a project, the resource files are compiled and then embedded in satellite
assemblies, or assemblies which contain only the localized resources. The fallback resources are built into
the main assembly, which also contains the application code.
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A: A main assembly is needed.
B: Assemblies not executables are used.
D: The main assembly contains the fallback resources (including default culture).