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This will return a value of -1, 0, or 1, depending on whether the first string is less than, equal to, or greater than the second string, respectively.
In Python, you can achieve the same result using the `locale` module. First, you need to set the locale using the `setlocale()` method. This method takes two arguments: the category (such as `LC_ALL` or `LC_COLLATE`) and the locale string (such as `”en_US.UTF-8″`). For example:
Once you have set the locale, you can use the `strcoll()` method to compare two strings. This method takes two arguments: the first string and the second string. For example: