Flag of Eswatini and ss-SZ

Locale Code: ss-SZ

The locale code represents Swati language in Eswatini.

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General information related to the locale code

Comprehensive ss-SZ locale data for Eswatini
Country NameEswatini
Country Name (Local)Umbuso weSwatini
Country Flag🇸🇿
Country Area17364 km2
Country Code (ISO 3166-1)SZ
Language NameSwati
Language Name (Local)SiSwati
Language Code (ISO 639-1)ss
RegionSouthern Africa
Capital NameMbabane
Capital Latitude-26.31667
Capital Longitude31.13333
Postal Code Format@###
Postal Code Regex^([A-Z]\d{3})$


The currency used for the locale code ss-SZ is Swazi Lilangeni.

Currency information for Eswatini and ss-SZ locale
Currency NameSwazi Lilangeni
Currency Name (Local)Swazi lilangeni
Currency CodeSZL
Currency SymbolL
Currency Numeric748
Currency Subunit Value100
Currency Subunit NameCents


Eswatini has one timezone with UTC offset UTC+02:00.



Eswatini shares borders with 2 countries and it's landlocked.

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What is 'ss-SZ' locale code?

Every locale code is a unique identifier for a specific language and country (or region). It is used in software development to localize applications and websites. Locale code is a combination of ISO 639-1 language code and ISO 3166-1 country code. For example, ss_SZ is a locale code for Swati language in Eswatini. Locale codes are used to define the language and country settings for date, time, currency, and number formatting. They are also used to translate user interfaces and messages in software applications. Locale codes are essential for building multilingual and internationalized software products. They are used in programming languages, frameworks, and libraries to provide internationalization and localization features. Locale codes are also used in databases, operating systems, and web browsers to provide language and country-specific settings. Locale codes are standardized by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and are widely used in software development.