Provides classes for performing unicode string normalization, culture-specific string comparisons and support the use of non-ASCII characters for Internet domain names.
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Install-Package System.Globalization.Extensions -Version 4.0.0-beta-22231
dotnet add package System.Globalization.Extensions --version 4.0.0-beta-22231
<PackageReference Include="System.Globalization.Extensions" Version="4.0.0-beta-22231" />
paket add System.Globalization.Extensions --version 4.0.0-beta-22231
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