In short, a toLocalized string allows us to localize any string, so the string toLocalize would be tToLocalize. That string would contain the letters from the English alphabet.
In addition to the letters from the English alphabet, a toLocalized string can also contain the numbers 0 through 9. In this example, tToLocalize would contain tToLocalize, and thus be a toLocalized string.
The easiest way to toLocalize a string is with the function toLocaleString, which takes the string and returns the string in the local language. But there is a way that we can use the function toLocaleString to add the letters from any language in order, so we can give our string ToLocalize the English alphabet, but then add in the numbers 0 through 9 from any language.
ToLocaleString() is not a function and is not a String class. It returns a string, not a object. This is the same reason why you can’t use the toLocaleString() function to add in the numbers from any language in order. They are not numbers, they are letters. All of the letters from any language in any order are in the string, but the order in which they appear in the string can be different.
You can do this by using an array of strings. The array includes the letters, and the strings are all sorted based on their position in the array. The order in which the letters appear in the array is not random. It’s a bit like a chessboard.
The reason this may seem like a strange behavior is because you could have a bunch of chess players and their own chess board, and you could have a bunch of people chess-playing chess players and their own chess board. All of these players will then play every other chess player. This is a fairly common behavior. You can see it in this video.