BotDetect CAPTCHA Localization

This page lists all fully supported BotDetect CAPTCHA locales (for which both localized Captcha images and audio Captcha sounds are available) and related downloads.

Localization Deployment

Captcha images for all locales can be drawn with just the base Captcha library, while localized audio Captcha sounds also require sound package files with pronunciation sound data.

To make localized Captcha pronunciations available to your applications, you have to deploy the .bdsp files downloaded from this page to the BotDetect sounds folder:

  • ASP.NET applications use Bin\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the <botDetect> configuration section.
  • Java applications use WEB-INF\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the web.xml configuration file setting.
  • ASP Classic applications use Redistribute\BotDetectSounds in the BotDetect installation folder by default. A custom folder can be specified in the BotDetect/CaptchaConfig.asp file.
  • PHP applications always use lib/botdetect/Resources/Sounds.

Pronunciation sound packages for North American locales are included in BotDetect installations, and by default located at:

Platform Default Sound Packages Location
BotDetect ASP.NET Captcha Control C:\Program Files\Captcha Inc\BotDetect 4 CAPTCHA Component\Asp.Net\BotDetectSounds
BotDetect Java Captcha Library WEB-INF\BotDetectSounds
BotDetect Classic ASP Captcha Component C:\Program Files\Captcha Inc\BotDetect 4 CAPTCHA Component\Asp\Redistribute\BotDetectSounds
BotDetect PHP Captcha Library lib/botdetect/Resources/Sounds

Supported Locales

This page contains the details of English Captcha locales fully supported by BotDetect, for which there are both localized Captcha images and audio Captcha sounds available.

Supported English CAPTCHA Locales

Locale Language Country Charset Downloads
en-US English United States Latin American English Audio Captcha Pronunciation Sound Package
en-AU English Australia Latin Australian English Audio Captcha Pronunciation Sound Package
en-GB English United Kingdom Latin British English Audio Captcha Pronunciation Sound Package
en-CA English Canada Latin Canadian English Audio Captcha Pronunciation Sound Package
en-IN English India Latin Indian English Audio Captcha Pronunciation Sound Package

US English CAPTCHA

Captcha Locale overview:

Language Country BotDetect Locale settings
English United States en-US

Examples and specifications of individual Captcha feature localizations:

US English Localized CAPTCHA Images

Example Captcha images generated by BotDetect using the base Latin character set for all Captcha ImageStyle values can be seen in the BotDetect Captcha image styles demo

BotDetect uses US English Captchas by default. If you need to explicitely reset the Locale setting and use BotDetect Captcha images localized for the US English Captcha Locale in your application, you can specify the Locale value:

  • In ASP.NET applications, you can use either the .aspx page source:
    <!-- Captcha control localized to US English -->
    <BotDetect:Captcha ID="ExampleCaptcha" runat="server" Locale="en-US" />
    or the page code-behind:
    [C#]
        
    // Set the Captcha instance Locale to US English    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "en-US";
    [VB.NET]
        
    ' Set the Captcha instance Locale to US English    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "en-US"

    or Locale-dependent Captcha strings can be configured on application level in the <botDetect> Web.config configuration section:

    <botDetect locale="en-US" 
  • In Java applications, you can use either the application web.xml configuration file setting:
    <context-param>
      <param-name>BDC_locale</param-name>
      <param-value>en-US</param-value>
    </context-param>
    
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    exampleCaptcha.setLocale("en-US"); 
    
    or Standard / Facelets JSF Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:jsfCaptcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="en-US"
    
    or JSP Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:captcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="en-US"
    
  • In ASP Classic applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the BotDetect\CaptchaConfig.asp file:
    ' Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    ' Classic ASP application to US English
    BotDetect.Locale = "en-US"
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <%
      Dim ExampleCaptcha : Set ExampleCaptcha = (New Captcha)("ExampleCaptcha")
      ExampleCaptcha.UserInputID = "CaptchaCode"
      ' Set the Captcha object instance Locale to US English
      ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "en-US"
      Response.Write ExampleCaptcha.Html
    %>
  • In PHP applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the lib/botdetect/CaptchaConfigDefaults.php file:
    // Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    // PHP application to US English
    $BDC_CaptchaConfig->Locale = 'en-US';
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <?php 
      $ExampleCaptcha = new Captcha("ExampleCaptcha");
      $ExampleCaptcha->UserInputID = "CaptchaCode";
      // Set the Captcha object instance Locale to US English
      $ExampleCaptcha->Locale = 'en-US';
      echo $ExampleCaptcha->Html(); 
    ?>

US English Localized Audio CAPTCHA Sounds

Example audio Captcha sounds generated by BotDetect using the Latin Locale setting can be heard in the BotDetect Captcha features demo

BotDetect contains the basic US English pronunciation data embedded in the assembly, so you don't need to deploy any additional files with your applications.

Since the non-embedded version of the sound package might in the future contain multiple voices, you can also download the US English Pronunciation Sound Package and deploy the .bdsp file to the BotDetect sounds folder your application uses:

  • ASP.NET applications use Bin\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the <botDetect> configuration section.
  • Java applications use WEB-INF\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the web.xml configuration file setting.
  • ASP Classic applications use Redistribute\BotDetectSounds in the BotDetect installation folder by default. A custom folder can be specified in the BotDetect/CaptchaConfig.asp file.
  • PHP applications always use lib/botdetect/Resources/Sounds.

US English Localized CAPTCHA Codes

The en-US Captcha locale uses the default Latin character set, consisting of 26 characters.

CodeStyle.Alpha US English CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 a A
0x0042 bee B
0x0043 cee C
0x0044 dee D
0x0045 e E
0x0046 ef F (not used)
0x0047 gee G (not used)
0x0048 (h)aitch H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004A jay J
0x004B kay K
0x004C el L (not used)
0x004D em M
0x004E en N
0x004F o O
0x0050 pee P
0x0051 cue Q (not used)
0x0052 ar R
0x0053 ess S
0x0054 tee T
0x0055 u U
0x0056 vee V
0x0057 double-u W
0x0058 ex X
0x0059 wy(e) Y
0x005A zee Z
CodeStyle.Numeric US English CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0030 zero 0
0x0031 one 1
0x0032 two 2
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9
CodeStyle.Alphanumeric US English CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 a A
0x0042 bee B
0x0043 cee C
0x0044 ded D
0x0045 e E
0x0046 ef F (not used)
0x0047 gee G (not used)
0x0048 (h)aitch H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004A jay J
0x004B kay K
0x004C el L (not used)
0x004D em M
0x004E en N
0x004F o O (not used)
0x0050 pee P
0x0051 cue Q (not used)
0x0052 ar R
0x0053 ess S
0x0054 tee T
0x0055 u U
0x0056 vee V
0x0057 double-u W
0x0058 ex X
0x0059 wy(e) Y
0x005A zee Z (not used)
0x0030 zero 0 (not used)
0x0031 one 1 (not used)
0x0032 two 2 (not used)
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9

British English CAPTCHA

Captcha Locale overview:

Language Country BotDetect Locale settings
English United Kingdom en-GB

Examples and specifications of individual Captcha feature localizations:

British English Localized CAPTCHA Images

Example Captcha images generated by BotDetect using the base Latin character set for all Captcha ImageStyle values can be seen in the BotDetect Captcha image styles demo

To use BotDetect Captcha images localized for the British English Captcha Locale in your application, you can specify the Locale value:

  • In ASP.NET applications, you can use either the .aspx page source:
    <!-- Captcha control localized to British English -->
    <BotDetect:Captcha ID="ExampleCaptcha" runat="server" Locale="en-GB" />
    or the page code-behind:
    [C#]
        
    // Set the Captcha instance Locale to British English    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "en-GB";
    [VB.NET]
        
    ' Set the Captcha instance Locale to British English    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "en-GB"

    or Locale-dependent Captcha strings can be configured on application level in the <botDetect> Web.config configuration section:

    <botDetect locale="en-GB" 
  • In Java applications, you can use either the application web.xml configuration file setting:
    <context-param>
      <param-name>BDC_locale</param-name>
      <param-value>en-GB</param-value>
    </context-param>
    
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    exampleCaptcha.setLocale("en-GB"); 
    
    or Standard / Facelets JSF Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:jsfCaptcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="en-GB"
    
    or JSP Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:captcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="en-GB"
    
  • In ASP Classic applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the BotDetect\CaptchaConfig.asp file:
    ' Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    ' Classic ASP application to British English
    BotDetect.Locale = "en-GB"
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <%
      Dim ExampleCaptcha : Set ExampleCaptcha = (New Captcha)("ExampleCaptcha")
      ExampleCaptcha.UserInputID = "CaptchaCode"
      ' Set the Captcha object instance Locale to British English
      ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "en-GB"
      Response.Write ExampleCaptcha.Html
    %>
  • In PHP applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the lib/botdetect/CaptchaConfigDefaults.php file:
    // Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    // PHP application to British English
    $BDC_CaptchaConfig->Locale = 'en-GB';
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <?php 
      $ExampleCaptcha = new Captcha("ExampleCaptcha");
      $ExampleCaptcha->UserInputID = "CaptchaCode";
      // Set the Captcha object instance Locale to British English
      $ExampleCaptcha->Locale = 'en-GB';
      echo $ExampleCaptcha->Html(); 
    ?>

British English Localized Audio CAPTCHA Sounds

Example audio Captcha sounds generated by BotDetect using the Latin Locale setting can be heard in the BotDetect Captcha features demo

To use BotDetect sounds localized for the British English Captcha Locale, you should also download the British English Pronunciation Sound Package and deploy the British English Pronunciation Sound Package and deploy the .bdsp file to the BotDetectSounds folder your application uses:

British English Localized CAPTCHA Codes

The en-GB Captcha locale uses the default Latin character set, consisting of 26 characters.

CodeStyle.Alpha British English CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 a A
0x0042 bee B
0x0043 cee C
0x0044 dee D
0x0045 e E
0x0046 ef F (not used)
0x0047 gee G (not used)
0x0048 (h)aitch H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004A jay J
0x004B kay K
0x004C el L (not used)
0x004D em M
0x004E en N
0x004F o O
0x0050 pee P
0x0051 cue Q (not used)
0x0052 ar R
0x0053 ess S
0x0054 tee T
0x0055 u U
0x0056 vee V
0x0057 double-u W
0x0058 ex X
0x0059 wy(e) Y
0x005A zed Z
CodeStyle.Numeric British English CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0030 zero 0
0x0031 one 1
0x0032 two 2
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9
CodeStyle.Alphanumeric British English CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 a A
0x0042 bee B
0x0043 cee C
0x0044 ded D
0x0045 e E
0x0046 ef F (not used)
0x0047 gee G (not used)
0x0048 (h)aitch H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004A jay J
0x004B kay K
0x004C el L (not used)
0x004D em M
0x004E en N
0x004F o O (not used)
0x0050 pee P
0x0051 cue Q (not used)
0x0052 ar R
0x0053 ess S
0x0054 tee T
0x0055 u U
0x0056 vee V
0x0057 double-u W
0x0058 ex X
0x0059 wy(e) Y
0x005A zed Z (not used)
0x0030 zero 0 (not used)
0x0031 one 1 (not used)
0x0032 two 2 (not used)
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9

Australian English CAPTCHA

Captcha Locale overview:

Language Country BotDetect Locale settings
English Australia en-AU

Examples and specifications of individual Captcha feature localizations:

Australian English Localized CAPTCHA Images

Example Captcha images generated by BotDetect using the base Latin character set for all Captcha ImageStyle values can be seen in the BotDetect Captcha image styles demo

To use BotDetect Captcha images localized for the Australian English Captcha Locale in your application, you can specify the Locale value:

  • In ASP.NET applications, you can use either the .aspx page source:
    <!-- Captcha control localized to Australian English -->
    <BotDetect:Captcha ID="ExampleCaptcha" runat="server" Locale="en-AU" />
    or the page code-behind:
    [C#]
        
    // Set the Captcha instance Locale to Australian English    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "en-AU";
    [VB.NET]
        
    ' Set the Captcha instance Locale to Australian English    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "en-AU"

    or Locale-dependent Captcha strings can be configured on application level in the <botDetect> Web.config configuration section:

    <botDetect locale="en-AU" 
  • In Java applications, you can use either the application web.xml configuration file setting:
    <context-param>
      <param-name>BDC_locale</param-name>
      <param-value>en-AU</param-value>
    </context-param>
    
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    exampleCaptcha.setLocale("en-AU"); 
    
    or Standard / Facelets JSF Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:jsfCaptcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="en-AU"
    
    or JSP Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:captcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="en-AU"
    
  • In ASP Classic applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the BotDetect\CaptchaConfig.asp file:
    ' Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    ' Classic ASP application to Australian English
    BotDetect.Locale = "en-AU"
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <%
      Dim ExampleCaptcha : Set ExampleCaptcha = (New Captcha)("ExampleCaptcha")
      ExampleCaptcha.UserInputID = "CaptchaCode"
      ' Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Australian English
      ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "en-AU"
      Response.Write ExampleCaptcha.Html
    %>
  • In PHP applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the lib/botdetect/CaptchaConfigDefaults.php file:
    // Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    // PHP application to Australian English
    $BDC_CaptchaConfig->Locale = 'en-AU';
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <?php 
      $ExampleCaptcha = new Captcha("ExampleCaptcha");
      $ExampleCaptcha->UserInputID = "CaptchaCode";
      // Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Australian English
      $ExampleCaptcha->Locale = 'en-AU';
      echo $ExampleCaptcha->Html(); 
    ?>

Australian English Localized Audio CAPTCHA Sounds

Example audio Captcha sounds generated by BotDetect using the Latin Locale setting can be heard in the BotDetect Captcha features demo

To use BotDetect sounds localized for the Australian English Captcha Locale, you should also download the Australian English Pronunciation Sound Package and deploy the Australian English Pronunciation Sound Package and deploy the .bdsp file to the BotDetectSounds folder your application uses:

Australian English Localized CAPTCHA Codes

The en-AU Captcha locale uses the default Latin character set, consisting of 26 characters.

CodeStyle.Alpha Australian English CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 a A
0x0042 bee B
0x0043 cee C
0x0044 dee D
0x0045 e E
0x0046 ef F (not used)
0x0047 gee G (not used)
0x0048 (h)aitch H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004A jay J
0x004B kay K
0x004C el L (not used)
0x004D em M
0x004E en N
0x004F o O
0x0050 pee P
0x0051 cue Q (not used)
0x0052 ar R
0x0053 ess S
0x0054 tee T
0x0055 u U
0x0056 vee V
0x0057 double-u W
0x0058 ex X
0x0059 wy(e) Y
0x005A zed Z
CodeStyle.Numeric Australian English CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0030 zero 0
0x0031 one 1
0x0032 two 2
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9
CodeStyle.Alphanumeric Australian English CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 a A
0x0042 bee B
0x0043 cee C
0x0044 ded D
0x0045 e E
0x0046 ef F (not used)
0x0047 gee G (not used)
0x0048 (h)aitch H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004A jay J
0x004B kay K
0x004C el L (not used)
0x004D em M
0x004E en N
0x004F o O (not used)
0x0050 pee P
0x0051 cue Q (not used)
0x0052 ar R
0x0053 ess S
0x0054 tee T
0x0055 u U
0x0056 vee V
0x0057 double-u W
0x0058 ex X
0x0059 wy(e) Y
0x005A zed Z (not used)
0x0030 zero 0 (not used)
0x0031 one 1 (not used)
0x0032 two 2 (not used)
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9

Canadian English CAPTCHA

Captcha Locale overview:

Language Country BotDetect Locale settings
English Canada en-CA

Examples and specifications of individual Captcha feature localizations:

Canadian English Localized CAPTCHA Images

Example Captcha images generated by BotDetect using the base Latin character set for all Captcha ImageStyle values can be seen in the BotDetect Captcha image styles demo

To use BotDetect Captcha images localized for the Canadian English Captcha Locale in your application, you can specify the Locale value:

  • In ASP.NET applications, you can use either the .aspx page source:
    <!-- Captcha control localized to Canadian English -->
    <BotDetect:Captcha ID="ExampleCaptcha" runat="server" Locale="en-CA" />
    or the page code-behind:
    [C#]
        
    // Set the Captcha instance Locale to Canadian English    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "en-CA";
    [VB.NET]
        
    ' Set the Captcha instance Locale to Canadian English    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "en-CA"

    or Locale-dependent Captcha strings can be configured on application level in the <botDetect> Web.config configuration section:

    <botDetect locale="en-CA" 
  • In Java applications, you can use either the application web.xml configuration file setting:
    <context-param>
      <param-name>BDC_locale</param-name>
      <param-value>en-CA</param-value>
    </context-param>
    
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    exampleCaptcha.setLocale("en-CA"); 
    
    or Standard / Facelets JSF Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:jsfCaptcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="en-CA"
    
    or JSP Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:captcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="en-CA"
    
  • In ASP Classic applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the BotDetect\CaptchaConfig.asp file:
    ' Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    ' Classic ASP application to Canadian English
    BotDetect.Locale = "en-CA"
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <%
      Dim ExampleCaptcha : Set ExampleCaptcha = (New Captcha)("ExampleCaptcha")
      ExampleCaptcha.UserInputID = "CaptchaCode"
      ' Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Canadian English
      ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "en-CA"
      Response.Write ExampleCaptcha.Html
    %>
  • In PHP applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the lib/botdetect/CaptchaConfigDefaults.php file:
    // Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    // PHP application to Canadian English
    $BDC_CaptchaConfig->Locale = 'en-CA';
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <?php 
      $ExampleCaptcha = new Captcha("ExampleCaptcha");
      $ExampleCaptcha->UserInputID = "CaptchaCode";
      // Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Canadian English
      $ExampleCaptcha->Locale = 'en-CA';
      echo $ExampleCaptcha->Html(); 
    ?>

Canadian English Localized Audio CAPTCHA Sounds

Example audio Captcha sounds generated by BotDetect using the Latin Locale setting can be heard in the BotDetect Captcha features demo

To use BotDetect sounds localized for the Canadian English Captcha Locale, you should also download the Canadian English Pronunciation Sound Package and deploy the .bdsp file to the BotDetect sounds folder your application uses:

  • ASP.NET applications use Bin\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the <botDetect> configuration section.
  • Java applications use WEB-INF\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the web.xml configuration file setting.
  • ASP Classic applications use Redistribute\BotDetectSounds in the BotDetect installation folder by default. A custom folder can be specified in the BotDetect/CaptchaConfig.asp file.
  • PHP applications always use lib/botdetect/Resources/Sounds.

Canadian English Localized CAPTCHA Codes

The en-CA Captcha locale uses the default Latin character set, consisting of 26 characters.

CodeStyle.Alpha Canadian English CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 a A
0x0042 bee B
0x0043 cee C
0x0044 dee D
0x0045 e E
0x0046 ef F (not used)
0x0047 gee G (not used)
0x0048 (h)aitch H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004A jay J
0x004B kay K
0x004C el L (not used)
0x004D em M
0x004E en N
0x004F o O
0x0050 pee P
0x0051 cue Q (not used)
0x0052 ar R
0x0053 ess S
0x0054 tee T
0x0055 u U
0x0056 vee V
0x0057 double-u W
0x0058 ex X
0x0059 wy(e) Y
0x005A zed Z
CodeStyle.Numeric Canadian English CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0030 zero 0
0x0031 one 1
0x0032 two 2
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9
CodeStyle.Alphanumeric Canadian English CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 a A
0x0042 bee B
0x0043 cee C
0x0044 ded D
0x0045 e E
0x0046 ef F (not used)
0x0047 gee G (not used)
0x0048 (h)aitch H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004A jay J
0x004B kay K
0x004C el L (not used)
0x004D em M
0x004E en N
0x004F o O (not used)
0x0050 pee P
0x0051 cue Q (not used)
0x0052 ar R
0x0053 ess S
0x0054 tee T
0x0055 u U
0x0056 vee V
0x0057 double-u W
0x0058 ex X
0x0059 wy(e) Y
0x005A zed Z (not used)
0x0030 zero 0 (not used)
0x0031 one 1 (not used)
0x0032 two 2 (not used)
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9

Indian English CAPTCHA

Captcha Locale overview:

Language Country BotDetect Locale settings
English India en-IN

Examples and specifications of individual Captcha feature localizations:

Indian English Localized CAPTCHA Images

Example Captcha images generated by BotDetect using the base Latin character set for all Captcha ImageStyle values can be seen in the BotDetect Captcha image styles demo

To use BotDetect Captcha images localized for the Indian English Captcha Locale in your application, you can specify the Locale value:

  • In ASP.NET applications, you can use either the .aspx page source:
    <!-- Captcha control localized to Indian English -->
    <BotDetect:Captcha ID="ExampleCaptcha" runat="server" Locale="en-IN" />
    or the page code-behind:
    [C#]
        
    // Set the Captcha instance Locale to Indian English    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "en-IN";
    [VB.NET]
        
    ' Set the Captcha instance Locale to Indian English    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "en-IN"

    or Locale-dependent Captcha strings can be configured on application level in the <botDetect> Web.config configuration section:

    <botDetect locale="en-IN" 
  • In Java applications, you can use either the application web.xml configuration file setting:
    <context-param>
      <param-name>BDC_locale</param-name>
      <param-value>en-IN</param-value>
    </context-param>
    
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    exampleCaptcha.setLocale("en-IN"); 
    
    or Standard / Facelets JSF Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:jsfCaptcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="en-IN"
    
    or JSP Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:captcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="en-IN"
    
  • In ASP Classic applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the BotDetect\CaptchaConfig.asp file:
    ' Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    ' Classic ASP application to Indian English
    BotDetect.Locale = "en-IN"
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <%
      Dim ExampleCaptcha : Set ExampleCaptcha = (New Captcha)("ExampleCaptcha")
      ExampleCaptcha.UserInputID = "CaptchaCode"
      ' Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Indian English
      ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "en-IN"
      Response.Write ExampleCaptcha.Html
    %>
  • In PHP applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the lib/botdetect/CaptchaConfigDefaults.php file:
    // Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    // PHP application to Indian English
    $BDC_CaptchaConfig->Locale = 'en-IN';
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <?php 
      $ExampleCaptcha = new Captcha("ExampleCaptcha");
      $ExampleCaptcha->UserInputID = "CaptchaCode";
      // Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Indian English
      $ExampleCaptcha->Locale = 'en-IN';
      echo $ExampleCaptcha->Html(); 
    ?>

Indian English Localized Audio CAPTCHA Sounds

Example audio Captcha sounds generated by BotDetect using the Latin Locale setting can be heard in the BotDetect Captcha features demo

To use BotDetect sounds localized for the Indian English Captcha Locale, you should also download the Indian English Pronunciation Sound Package and deploy the Indian English Pronunciation Sound Package and deploy the .bdsp file to the BotDetectSounds folder your application uses:

Indian English Localized CAPTCHA Codes

The en-IN Captcha locale uses the default Latin character set, consisting of 26 characters.

CodeStyle.Alpha Indian English CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 a A
0x0042 bee B
0x0043 cee C
0x0044 dee D
0x0045 e E
0x0046 ef F (not used)
0x0047 gee G (not used)
0x0048 (h)aitch H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004A jay J
0x004B kay K
0x004C el L (not used)
0x004D em M
0x004E en N
0x004F o O
0x0050 pee P
0x0051 cue Q (not used)
0x0052 ar R
0x0053 ess S
0x0054 tee T
0x0055 u U
0x0056 vee V
0x0057 double-u W
0x0058 ex X
0x0059 wy(e) Y
0x005A zed Z
CodeStyle.Numeric Indian English CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0030 zero 0
0x0031 one 1
0x0032 two 2
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9
CodeStyle.Alphanumeric Indian English CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 a A
0x0042 bee B
0x0043 cee C
0x0044 ded D
0x0045 e E
0x0046 ef F (not used)
0x0047 gee G (not used)
0x0048 (h)aitch H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004A jay J
0x004B kay K
0x004C el L (not used)
0x004D em M
0x004E en N
0x004F o O (not used)
0x0050 pee P
0x0051 cue Q (not used)
0x0052 ar R
0x0053 ess S
0x0054 tee T
0x0055 u U
0x0056 vee V
0x0057 double-u W
0x0058 ex X
0x0059 wy(e) Y
0x005A zed Z (not used)
0x0030 zero 0 (not used)
0x0031 one 1 (not used)
0x0032 two 2 (not used)
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9

This page contains the details of Arabic Captcha (Captcha العربية) locales fully supported by BotDetect, for which there are both localized Captcha images and audio Captcha sounds available.

Supported Arabic CAPTCHA Locales

Locale Language Country Charset Downloads
ar-AE Arabic United Arab Emirates Arabic UAE (Gulf) Arabic Audio Captcha Pronunciation Sound Package

UAE (Gulf) Arabic CAPTCHA

Captcha Locale overview:

Language Country BotDetect Locale settings
Arabic United Arab Emirates ar-AE

Examples and specifications of individual Captcha feature localizations:

UAE Arabic Localized CAPTCHA Images

Example Captcha images generated by BotDetect using the base Arabic character set for all Captcha ImageStyle values can be seen in the BotDetect Captcha image styles demo

To use BotDetect Captcha images localized for the UAE Arabic Captcha Locale in your application, you can specify the Locale value:

  • In ASP.NET applications, you can use either the .aspx page source:
    <!-- Captcha control localized to UAE Arabic -->
    <BotDetect:Captcha ID="ExampleCaptcha" runat="server" Locale="ar-AE" />
    or the page code-behind:
    [C#]
        
    // Set the Captcha instance Locale to UAE Arabic    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "ar-AE";
    [VB.NET]
        
    ' Set the Captcha instance Locale to UAE Arabic    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "ar-AE"

    or Locale-dependent Captcha strings can be configured on application level in the <botDetect> Web.config configuration section:

    <botDetect locale="ar-AE" 

    Since Arabic text is drawn right-to-left, you should also set the appropriate text direction on the textbox element used for Captcha code retyping:

    <asp:TextBox ID="CaptchaCodeTextBox" runat="server" dir="rtl"></asp:TextBox>
  • In Java applications, you can use either the application web.xml configuration file setting:
    <context-param>
      <param-name>BDC_locale</param-name>
      <param-value>ar-AE</param-value>
    </context-param>
    
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    exampleCaptcha.setLocale("ar-AE"); 
    
    or Standard / Facelets JSF Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:jsfCaptcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="ar-AE"
    
    or JSP Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:captcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="ar-AE"
    
    Since Arabic text is drawn right-to-left, you should also set the appropriate text direction on the textbox element used for Captcha code retyping:
    <input name="captchaCode" type="text" id="captchaCode" dir="rtl" />
  • In ASP Classic applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the BotDetect\CaptchaConfig.asp file:
    ' Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    ' Classic ASP application to UAE Arabic
    BotDetect.Locale = "ar-AE"
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <%
      Dim ExampleCaptcha : Set ExampleCaptcha = (New Captcha)("ExampleCaptcha")
      ExampleCaptcha.UserInputID = "CaptchaCode"
      ' Set the Captcha object instance Locale to UAE Arabic
      ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "ar-AE"
      Response.Write ExampleCaptcha.Html
    %>

    Since Arabic text is drawn right-to-left, you should also set the appropriate text direction on the textbox element used for Captcha code retyping:

    <input name="CaptchaCode" type="text" id="CaptchaCode" dir="rtl" />
  • In PHP applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the lib/botdetect/CaptchaConfigDefaults.php file:
    // Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    // PHP application to UAE Arabic
    $BDC_CaptchaConfig->Locale = 'ar-AE';
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <?php 
      $ExampleCaptcha = new Captcha("ExampleCaptcha");
      $ExampleCaptcha->UserInputID = "CaptchaCode";
      // Set the Captcha object instance Locale to UAE Arabic
      $ExampleCaptcha->Locale = 'ar-AE';
      echo $ExampleCaptcha->Html(); 
    ?>

    Since Arabic text is drawn right-to-left, you should also set the appropriate text direction on the textbox element used for Captcha code retyping:

    <input name="CaptchaCode" type="text" id="CaptchaCode" dir="rtl" />

UAE Arabic Localized audio CAPTCHA Sounds

Example audio Captcha sounds generated by BotDetect using the Arabic UAE Locale setting can be heard in the BotDetect Captcha features demo

To use BotDetect sounds localized for the UAE Arabic Captcha Locale, you should also download the UAE Arabic Pronunciation Sound Package and deploy the .bdsp file to the BotDetect sounds folder your application uses:

  • ASP.NET applications use Bin\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the <botDetect> configuration section.
  • Java applications use WEB-INF\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the web.xml configuration file setting.
  • ASP Classic applications use Redistribute\BotDetectSounds in the BotDetect installation folder by default. A custom folder can be specified in the BotDetect/CaptchaConfig.asp file.
  • PHP applications always use lib/botdetect/Resources/Sounds.

UAE Arabic Localized CAPTCHA Codes

The ar-AE Captcha locale uses the default Arabic character set, consisting of isolated forms of 28 standard characters.

Unicode Captcha Codes and Font Requirements

This table on the left uses the actual Unicode characters drawn in localized Captcha images.

Displaying these characters in your browser requires having fonts which support them installed on the client machine.

In ASP.NET and ASP Classic versions of BotDetect, generating localized Captcha images using these characters also requires supporting fonts on your server.

If viewing these characters in your browser or generating them in Captcha images on your server fails, you can enable the required localization support for on both client and server machines using Control Panel:

Windows 2000, XP, 2003 Server: Regional and Language Options → Languages → Supplemental language support.

Windows Vista, 7, 2008 Server: Region and Language → Keyboards and Languages → Install/uninstall languages.

CodeStyle.Alpha UAE Arabic CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0627 alef ا (not used)
0x0628 beh ب
0x062A teh ت
0x062B theh ث
0x062C jeem ج
0x062D hah ح
0x062E khah خ
0x062F dal د
0x0630 thal ذ
0x0631 reh ر
0x0632 zain ز
0x0633 seen س
0x0634 sheen ش
0x0635 sad ص
0x0636 dad ض
0x0637 tah ط
0x0638 zah ظ
0x0639 ain ع
0x063A ghain غ
0x0641 feh ف
0x0642 qaf ق
0x0643 kaf ك
0x0644 lam ل
0x0645 meem م
0x0646 noon ن
0x0647 heh ه (not used)
0x0648 waw و(not used)
0x064A yeh ي
CodeStyle.Numeric UAE Arabic CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0030 zero 0
0x0031 one 1
0x0032 two 2
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9
CodeStyle.Alphanumeric UAE Arabic CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0627 alef ا (not used)
0x0628 beh ب
0x062A teh ت
0x062B theh ث
0x062C jeem ج
0x062D hah ح
0x062E khah خ
0x062F dal د
0x0630 thal ذ
0x0631 reh ر
0x0632 zain ز
0x0633 seen س
0x0634 sheen ش
0x0635 sad ص
0x0636 dad ض
0x0637 tah ط
0x0638 zah ظ
0x0639 ain ع
0x063A ghain غ
0x0641 feh ف
0x0642 qaf ق
0x0643 kaf ك
0x0644 lam ل
0x0645 meem م
0x0646 noon ن
0x0647 heh ه(not used)
0x0648 waw و(not used)
0x064A yeh ي
0x0030 zero 0
0x0031 one 1 (not used)
0x0032 two 2
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9

This page contains the details of Bulgarian Captcha (българска captcha, българска kапча) locales fully supported by BotDetect, for which there are both localized Captcha images and audio Captcha sounds available.

Supported Bulgarian CAPTCHA Locales

Locale Language Country Charset Downloads
bg Bulgarian Bulgaria Cyrillic Bulgarian Audio Captcha Pronunciation Sound Package

Bulgarian CAPTCHA

Captcha Locale overview:

Language Country BotDetect Locale settings
Bulgarian Bulgaria bg, bg-BG

Examples and specifications of individual Captcha feature localizations:

Bulgarian Localized CAPTCHA Images

Example Captcha images generated by BotDetect using the base Cyrillic character set for all Captcha ImageStyle values can be seen in the BotDetect Captcha image styles demo

To use BotDetect Captcha images localized for the Bulgarian Captcha Locale in your application, you can specify the Locale value:

  • In ASP.NET applications, you can use either the .aspx page source:
    <!-- Captcha control localized to Bulgarian -->
    <BotDetect:Captcha ID="ExampleCaptcha" runat="server" Locale="bg" />
    or the page code-behind:
    [C#]
        
    // Set the Captcha instance Locale to Bulgarian    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "bg";
    [VB.NET]
        
    ' Set the Captcha instance Locale to Bulgarian    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "bg"

    or Locale-dependent Captcha strings can be configured on application level in the <botDetect> Web.config configuration section:

    <botDetect locale="bg" 
  • In Java applications, you can use either the application web.xml configuration file setting:
    <context-param>
      <param-name>BDC_locale</param-name>
      <param-value>bg</param-value>
    </context-param>
    
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    exampleCaptcha.setLocale("bg"); 
    
    or Standard / Facelets JSF Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:jsfCaptcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="bg"
    
    or JSP Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:captcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="bg"
    
  • In ASP Classic applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the BotDetect\CaptchaConfig.asp file:
    ' Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    ' Classic ASP application to Bulgarian
    BotDetect.Locale = "bg"
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <%
      Dim ExampleCaptcha : Set ExampleCaptcha = (New Captcha)("ExampleCaptcha")
      ExampleCaptcha.UserInputID = "CaptchaCode"
      ' Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Bulgarian
      ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "bg"
      Response.Write ExampleCaptcha.Html
    %>
  • In PHP applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the lib/botdetect/CaptchaConfigDefaults.php file:
    // Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    // PHP application to Bulgarian
    $BDC_CaptchaConfig->Locale = 'bg';
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <?php 
      $ExampleCaptcha = new Captcha("ExampleCaptcha");
      $ExampleCaptcha->UserInputID = "CaptchaCode";
      // Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Bulgarian
      $ExampleCaptcha->Locale = 'bg';
      echo $ExampleCaptcha->Html(); 
    ?>

Bulgarian Localized Audio CAPTCHA Sounds

Example audio Captcha sounds generated by BotDetect using the Bulgarian Locale setting can be heard in the BotDetect Captcha features demo

To use BotDetect sounds localized for the Bulgarian Captcha Locale, you should also download the Bulgarian Pronunciation Sound Package and deploy the .bdsp file to the BotDetect sounds folder your application uses:

  • ASP.NET applications use Bin\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the <botDetect> configuration section.
  • Java applications use WEB-INF\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the web.xml configuration file setting.
  • ASP Classic applications use Redistribute\BotDetectSounds in the BotDetect installation folder by default. A custom folder can be specified in the BotDetect/CaptchaConfig.asp file.
  • PHP applications always use lib/botdetect/Resources/Sounds.

Bulgarian Localized CAPTCHA Codes

The bg-BG Captcha locale uses a modified version of the Cyrillic character set, without Я.

Unicode Captcha Codes and Font Requirements

This table on the left uses the actual Unicode characters drawn in localized Captcha images.

Displaying these characters in your browser requires having fonts which support them installed on the client machine.

In ASP.NET and ASP Classic versions of BotDetect, generating localized Captcha images using these characters also requires supporting fonts on your server.

If viewing these characters in your browser or generating them in Captcha images on your server fails, you can enable the required localization support for on both client and server machines using Control Panel:

Windows 2000, XP, 2003 Server: Regional and Language Options → Languages → Supplemental language support.

Windows Vista, 7, 2008 Server: Region and Language → Keyboards and Languages → Install/uninstall languages.

CodeStyle.Alpha Bulgarian CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0410 a А
0x0411 be Б
0x0412 ve В
0x0413 ghe Г
0x0414 de Д
0x0415 ie Е
0x0416 zhe Ж
0x0417 ze З
0x0418 i И
0x041A ka К
0x041B el Л
0x041C em М
0x041D en Н
0x041E o О
0x041F pe П
0x0420 er Р
0x0421 es С
0x0422 te Т
0x0423 u У
0x0424 ef Ф
0x0425 ha Х
0x0426 tse Ц
0x0427 che Ч
0x0428 sha Ш
CodeStyle.Numeric Bulgarian CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0030 zero 0
0x0031 one 1
0x0032 two 2
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9
CodeStyle.Alphanumeric Bulgarian CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0410 a А
0x0411 be Б
0x0412 ve В
0x0413 ghe Г
0x0414 de Д
0x0415 ie Е
0x0416 zhe Ж
0x0417 ze З (not used)
0x0418 i И
0x041A ka К
0x041B el Л
0x041C em М
0x041D en Н
0x041E o О
0x041F pe П
0x0420 er Р
0x0421 es С
0x0422 te Т
0x0423 u У
0x0424 ef Ф
0x0425 ha Х
0x0426 tse Ц
0x0427 che Ч
0x0428 sha Ш
0x0030 zero 0
0x0031 one 1
0x0032 two 2
0x0033 three 3 (not used)
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9

This page contains the details of Chinese Captcha (中国验证码, 中国captcha) locales fully supported by BotDetect, for which there are both localized Captcha images and audio Captcha sounds available.

Supported Chinese CAPTCHA Locales

Locale Language Country Charset Downloads
zh-cmn-Bopo-TW Taiwanese Mandarin Taiwan Bopomofo Taiwanese Mandarin Audio Captcha Pronunciation Sound Package
zh-cmn-CN Chinese Mandarin PRC China Simplified Han Chinese Mandarin Audio Captcha Pronunciation Sound Package
zh-cmn-Hant-TW Taiwanese Mandarin Taiwan Traditional Han Taiwanese Mandarin Audio Captcha Pronunciation Sound Package
zh-yue-HK Hong Kong Cantonese Hong Kong Traditional Han Hong Kong Cantonese Audio Captcha Pronunciation Sound Package

Chinese Mandarin CAPTCHA

Captcha Locale overview:

Language Country BotDetect Locale settings
Mandarin PRC cmn, cmn-CN, zh-cmn-CN

Examples and specifications of individual Captcha feature localizations:

Chinese Mandarin Localized CAPTCHA Images

Example Captcha images generated by BotDetect using the base Simplified Han character set for all Captcha ImageStyle values can be seen in the BotDetect Captcha image styles demo

To use BotDetect Captcha images localized for the Chinese Mandarin Captcha Locale in your application, you can specify the Locale value:

  • In ASP.NET applications, you can use either the .aspx page source:
    <!-- Captcha control localized to Chinese Mandarin -->
    <BotDetect:Captcha ID="ExampleCaptcha" runat="server" Locale="cmn-CN" />
    or the page code-behind:
    [C#]
        
    // Set the Captcha instance Locale to Chinese Mandarin    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "cmn-CN";
    [VB.NET]
        
    ' Set the Captcha instance Locale to Chinese Mandarin    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "cmn-CN"

    or Locale-dependent Captcha strings can be configured on application level in the <botDetect> Web.config configuration section:

    <botDetect locale="cmn-CN" 
  • In Java applications, you can use either the application web.xml configuration file setting:
    <context-param>
      <param-name>BDC_locale</param-name>
      <param-value>cmn-CN</param-value>
    </context-param>
    
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    exampleCaptcha.setLocale("cmn-CN"); 
    
    or Standard / Facelets JSF Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:jsfCaptcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="cmn-CN"
    
    or JSP Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:captcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="cmn-CN"
    
  • In ASP Classic applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the BotDetect\CaptchaConfig.asp file:
    ' Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    ' Classic ASP application to Chinese Mandarin
    BotDetect.Locale = "cmn-CN"
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <%
      Dim ExampleCaptcha : Set ExampleCaptcha = (New Captcha)("ExampleCaptcha")
      ExampleCaptcha.UserInputID = "CaptchaCode"
      ' Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Chinese Mandarin
      ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "cmn-CN"
      Response.Write ExampleCaptcha.Html
    %>
  • In PHP applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the lib/botdetect/CaptchaConfigDefaults.php file:
    // Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    // PHP application to Chinese Mandarin
    $BDC_CaptchaConfig->Locale = 'cmn-CN';
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <?php 
      $ExampleCaptcha = new Captcha("ExampleCaptcha");
      $ExampleCaptcha->UserInputID = "CaptchaCode";
      // Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Chinese Mandarin
      $ExampleCaptcha->Locale = 'cmn-CN';
      echo $ExampleCaptcha->Html(); 
    ?>

Chinese Mandarin Localized Audio CAPTCHA Sounds

Example audio Captcha sounds generated by BotDetect using the Chinese Mandarin Locale setting can be heard in the BotDetect Captcha features demo

To use BotDetect sounds localized for the Chinese Mandarin Captcha Locale, you should also download the Chinese Mandarin Pronunciation Sound Package and deploy the .bdsp file to the BotDetect sounds folder your application uses:

  • ASP.NET applications use Bin\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the <botDetect> configuration section.
  • Java applications use WEB-INF\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the web.xml configuration file setting.
  • ASP Classic applications use Redistribute\BotDetectSounds in the BotDetect installation folder by default. A custom folder can be specified in the BotDetect/CaptchaConfig.asp file.
  • PHP applications always use lib/botdetect/Resources/Sounds.

Chinese Mandarin Localized CAPTCHA Codes

The cmn-CN Captcha locale uses the default Simplified Han character set, consisting of 24 Wubi keyboard input method representative characters.

Unicode Captcha Codes and Font Requirements

This table on the left uses the actual Unicode characters drawn in localized Captcha images.

Displaying these characters in your browser requires having fonts which support them installed on the client machine.

In ASP.NET and ASP Classic versions of BotDetect, generating localized Captcha images using these characters also requires supporting fonts on your server.

If viewing these characters in your browser or generating them in Captcha images on your server fails, you can enable the required localization support for on both client and server machines using Control Panel:

Windows 2000, XP, 2003 Server: Regional and Language Options → Languages → Supplemental language support.

Windows Vista, 7, 2008 Server: Region and Language → Keyboards and Languages → Install/uninstall languages.

CodeStyle.Alpha Chinese Mandarin CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x91D1 gold
0x4EBA person
0x6708 moon
0x767D white
0x79BE grain
0x8A00 speech
0x7ACB stand
0x6C34 water
0x706B fire
0x4E4B it
0x5DE5 work
0x6728 wood
0x5927 big
0x571F earth
0x738B king
0x76EE eye
0x65E5 sun
0x53E3 mouth
0x7530 field
0x5C71 mountain
0x53C8 again
0x5973 woman
0x5B50 child
0x5DF2 already
CodeStyle.Numeric Chinese Mandarin CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0030 zero 0
0x0031 one 1
0x0032 two 2
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9
CodeStyle.Alphanumeric Chinese Mandarin CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x91D1 gold
0x4EBA person
0x6708 moon
0x767D white
0x79BE grain
0x8A00 speech
0x7ACB stand
0x6C34 water
0x706B fire
0x4E4B it
0x5DE5 work
0x6728 wood
0x5927 big
0x571F earth
0x738B king
0x76EE eye
0x65E5 sun
0x53E3 mouth
0x7530 field
0x5C71 mountain
0x53C8 again
0x5973 woman
0x5B50 child
0x5DF2 already
0x0030 zero 0
0x0031 one 1
0x0032 two 2
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9

Hong Kong Cantonese CAPTCHA

Captcha Locale overview:

Language Country BotDetect Locale settings
Cantonese Hong Kong yue-HK, zh-yue-HK

Examples and specifications of individual Captcha feature localizations:

Hong Kong Cantonese Localized CAPTCHA Images

Example Captcha images generated by BotDetect using the base Traditional Han character set for all Captcha ImageStyle values can be seen in the BotDetect Captcha image styles demo

To use BotDetect Captcha images localized for the Hong Kong Cantonese Captcha Locale in your application, you can specify the Locale value:

  • In ASP.NET applications, you can use either the .aspx page source:
    <!-- Captcha control localized to Hong Kong Cantonese -->
    <BotDetect:Captcha ID="ExampleCaptcha" runat="server" Locale="yue-HK" />
    or the page code-behind:
    [C#]
        
    // Set the Captcha instance Locale to Hong Kong Cantonese    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "yue-HK";
    [VB.NET]
        
    ' Set the Captcha instance Locale to Hong Kong Cantonese    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "yue-HK"

    or Locale-dependent Captcha strings can be configured on application level in the <botDetect> Web.config configuration section:

    <botDetect locale="yue-HK" 
  • In Java applications, you can use either the application web.xml configuration file setting:
    <context-param>
      <param-name>BDC_locale</param-name>
      <param-value>yue-HK</param-value>
    </context-param>
    
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    exampleCaptcha.setLocale("yue-HK"); 
    
    or Standard / Facelets JSF Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:jsfCaptcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="yue-HK"
    
    or JSP Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:captcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="yue-HK"
    
  • In ASP Classic applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the BotDetect\CaptchaConfig.asp file:
    ' Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    ' Classic ASP application to Hong Kong Cantonese
    BotDetect.Locale = "yue-HK"
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <%
      Dim ExampleCaptcha : Set ExampleCaptcha = (New Captcha)("ExampleCaptcha")
      ExampleCaptcha.UserInputID = "CaptchaCode"
      ' Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Hong Kong Cantonese
      ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "yue-HK"
      Response.Write ExampleCaptcha.Html
    %>
  • In PHP applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the lib/botdetect/CaptchaConfigDefaults.php file:
    // Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    // PHP application to Hong Kong Cantonese
    $BDC_CaptchaConfig->Locale = 'yue-HK';
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <?php 
      $ExampleCaptcha = new Captcha("ExampleCaptcha");
      $ExampleCaptcha->UserInputID = "CaptchaCode";
      // Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Hong Kong Cantonese
      $ExampleCaptcha->Locale = 'yue-HK';
      echo $ExampleCaptcha->Html(); 
    ?>

Hong Kong Cantonese Localized Audio CAPTCHA Sounds

Example audio Captcha sounds generated by BotDetect using the Hong Kong Cantonese Locale setting can be heard in the BotDetect Captcha features demo

To use BotDetect sounds localized for the Hong Kong Cantonese Captcha Locale, you should also download the Hong Kong Cantonese Pronunciation Sound Package and deploy the .bdsp file to the BotDetect sounds folder your application uses:

  • ASP.NET applications use Bin\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the <botDetect> configuration section.
  • Java applications use WEB-INF\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the web.xml configuration file setting.
  • ASP Classic applications use Redistribute\BotDetectSounds in the BotDetect installation folder by default. A custom folder can be specified in the BotDetect/CaptchaConfig.asp file.
  • PHP applications always use lib/botdetect/Resources/Sounds.

Hong Kong Cantonese Localized CAPTCHA Codes

The yue-HK Captcha locale uses the default Traditional Han character set, consisting of 24 Cangjie radicals.

Unicode Captcha Codes and Font Requirements

This table on the left uses the actual Unicode characters drawn in localized Captcha images.

Displaying these characters in your browser requires having fonts which support them installed on the client machine.

In ASP.NET and ASP Classic versions of BotDetect, generating localized Captcha images using these characters also requires supporting fonts on your server.

If viewing these characters in your browser or generating them in Captcha images on your server fails, you can enable the required localization support for on both client and server machines using Control Panel:

Windows 2000, XP, 2003 Server: Regional and Language Options → Languages → Supplemental language support.

Windows Vista, 7, 2008 Server: Region and Language → Keyboards and Languages → Install/uninstall languages.

CodeStyle.Alpha Hong Kong Cantonese CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x4E00 one (not used)
0x4E2D centre
0x4EBA person
0x5341 ten
0x535C fortune telling
0x53E3 mouth
0x571F earth
0x5927 big
0x5973 woman
0x5C38 corpse
0x5C71 mountain
0x5EFF twenty 廿
0x5F13 bow
0x5FC3 heart
0x6208 weapon
0x624B hand
0x65E5 sun
0x6708 moon
0x6728 wood
0x6C34 water
0x706B fire
0x7530 field
0x7AF9 bamboo
0x91D1 gold
CodeStyle.Numeric Hong Kong Cantonese CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0030 zero 0
0x0031 one 1
0x0032 two 2
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9
CodeStyle.Alphanumeric Hong Kong Cantonese CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x4E00 one (not used)
0x4E2D centre
0x4EBA person
0x5341 ten
0x535C fortune telling
0x53E3 mouth
0x571F earth
0x5927 big
0x5973 woman
0x5C38 corpse
0x5C71 mountain
0x5EFF twenty 廿
0x5F13 bow
0x5FC3 heart
0x6208 weapon
0x624B hand
0x65E5 sun
0x6708 moon
0x6728 wood
0x6C34 water
0x706B fire
0x7530 field
0x7AF9 bamboo
0x91D1 gold
0x0030 zero 0
0x0031 one 1
0x0032 two 2
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9

Taiwanese Mandarin CAPTCHA (Traditional Han)

Captcha Locale overview:

Language Country BotDetect Locale settings
Mandarin TW zh-Hant, cmn-Hant, zh-cmn-Hant, zh-Hant-TW, cmn-Hant-TW, zh-cmn-Hant-TW

Examples and specifications of individual Captcha feature localizations:

Taiwanese Mandarin Localized CAPTCHA Images

Example Captcha images generated by BotDetect using the base Simplified Han character set for all Captcha ImageStyle values can be seen in the BotDetect Captcha image styles demo

To use BotDetect Captcha images localized for the Taiwanese Mandarin Captcha Locale in your application, you can specify the Locale value:

  • In ASP.NET applications, you can use either the .aspx page source:
    <!-- Captcha control localized to Taiwanese Mandarin -->
    <BotDetect:Captcha ID="ExampleCaptcha" runat="server" Locale="zh-Hant-TW" />
    or the page code-behind:
    [C#]
        
    // Set the Captcha instance Locale to Taiwanese Mandarin    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "zh-Hant-TW";
    [VB.NET]
        
    ' Set the Captcha instance Locale to Taiwanese Mandarin    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "zh-Hant-TW"

    or Locale-dependent Captcha strings can be configured on application level in the <botDetect> Web.config configuration section:

    <botDetect locale="zh-Hant-TW" 
  • In Java applications, you can use either the application web.xml configuration file setting:
    <context-param>
      <param-name>BDC_locale</param-name>
      <param-value>zh-Hant-TW</param-value>
    </context-param>
    
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    exampleCaptcha.setLocale("zh-Hant-TW"); 
    
    or Standard / Facelets JSF Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:jsfCaptcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="zh-Hant-TW"
    
    or JSP Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:captcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="zh-Hant-TW"
    
  • In ASP Classic applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the BotDetect\CaptchaConfig.asp file:
    ' Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    ' Classic ASP application to Taiwanese Mandarin
    BotDetect.Locale = "zh-Hant-TW"
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <%
      Dim ExampleCaptcha : Set ExampleCaptcha = (New Captcha)("ExampleCaptcha")
      ExampleCaptcha.UserInputID = "CaptchaCode"
      ' Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Taiwanese Mandarin
      ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "zh-Hant-TW"
      Response.Write ExampleCaptcha.Html
    %>
  • In PHP applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the lib/botdetect/CaptchaConfigDefaults.php file:
    // Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    // PHP application to Taiwanese Mandarin
    $BDC_CaptchaConfig->Locale = 'zh-Hant-TW';
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <?php 
      $ExampleCaptcha = new Captcha("ExampleCaptcha");
      $ExampleCaptcha->UserInputID = "CaptchaCode";
      // Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Taiwanese Mandarin
      $ExampleCaptcha->Locale = 'zh-Hant-TW';
      echo $ExampleCaptcha->Html(); 
    ?>

Taiwanese Mandarin Localized Audio CAPTCHA Sounds

Example audio Captcha sounds generated by BotDetect using the Taiwanese Mandarin Locale setting can be heard in the BotDetect Captcha features demo

To use BotDetect sounds localized for the Taiwanese Mandarin Captcha Locale, you should also download the Taiwanese Mandarin Pronunciation Sound Package and deploy the .bdsp file to the BotDetect sounds folder your application uses:

  • ASP.NET applications use Bin\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the <botDetect> configuration section.
  • Java applications use WEB-INF\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the web.xml configuration file setting.
  • ASP Classic applications use Redistribute\BotDetectSounds in the BotDetect installation folder by default. A custom folder can be specified in the BotDetect/CaptchaConfig.asp file.
  • PHP applications always use lib/botdetect/Resources/Sounds.

Taiwanese Mandarin Localized CAPTCHA Codes

The zh-Hant-TW Captcha locale uses the default Traditional Han character set, consisting of 24 Cangjie radicals.

Unicode Captcha Codes and Font Requirements

This table on the left uses the actual Unicode characters drawn in localized Captcha images.

Displaying these characters in your browser requires having fonts which support them installed on the client machine.

In ASP.NET and ASP Classic versions of BotDetect, generating localized Captcha images using these characters also requires supporting fonts on your server.

If viewing these characters in your browser or generating them in Captcha images on your server fails, you can enable the required localization support for on both client and server machines using Control Panel:

Windows 2000, XP, 2003 Server: Regional and Language Options → Languages → Supplemental language support.

Windows Vista, 7, 2008 Server: Region and Language → Keyboards and Languages → Install/uninstall languages.

CodeStyle.Alpha Taiwanese Mandarin CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x4E00 one (not used)
0x4E2D centre
0x4EBA person
0x5341 ten
0x535C fortune telling
0x53E3 mouth
0x571F earth
0x5927 big
0x5973 woman
0x5C38 corpse
0x5C71 mountain
0x5EFF twenty 廿
0x5F13 bow
0x5FC3 heart
0x6208 weapon
0x624B hand
0x65E5 sun
0x6708 moon
0x6728 wood
0x6C34 water
0x706B fire
0x7530 field
0x7AF9 bamboo
0x91D1 gold
CodeStyle.Numeric Taiwanese Mandarin CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0030 zero 0
0x0031 one 1
0x0032 two 2
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9
CodeStyle.Alphanumeric Taiwanese Mandarin CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x4E00 one (not used)
0x4E2D centre
0x4EBA person
0x5341 ten
0x535C fortune telling
0x53E3 mouth
0x571F earth
0x5927 big
0x5973 woman
0x5C38 corpse
0x5C71 mountain
0x5EFF twenty 廿
0x5F13 bow
0x5FC3 heart
0x6208 weapon
0x624B hand
0x65E5 sun
0x6708 moon
0x6728 wood
0x6C34 water
0x706B fire
0x7530 field
0x7AF9 bamboo
0x91D1 gold

Taiwanese Mandarin CAPTCHA (Bopomofo)

Captcha Locale overview:

Language Country BotDetect Locale settings
Mandarin TW zh-Bopo, cmn-Bopo, zh-cmn-Bopo, zh-Bopo-TW, cmn-Bopo-TW, zh-cmn-Bopo-TW

Examples and specifications of individual Captcha feature localizations:

Taiwanese Mandarin Localized CAPTCHA Images

Example Captcha images generated by BotDetect using the base Simplified Han character set for all Captcha ImageStyle values can be seen in the BotDetect Captcha image styles demo

To use BotDetect Captcha images localized for the Taiwanese Mandarin Captcha Locale in your application, you can specify the Locale value:

  • In ASP.NET applications, you can use either the .aspx page source:
    <!-- Captcha control localized to Taiwanese Mandarin -->
    <BotDetect:Captcha ID="ExampleCaptcha" runat="server" Locale="zh-Bopo-TW" />
    or the page code-behind:
    [C#]
        
    // Set the Captcha instance Locale to Taiwanese Mandarin    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "zh-Bopo-TW";
    [VB.NET]
        
    ' Set the Captcha instance Locale to Taiwanese Mandarin    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "zh-Bopo-TW"

    or Locale-dependent Captcha strings can be configured on application level in the <botDetect> Web.config configuration section:

    <botDetect locale="zh-Bopo-TW" 
  • In Java applications, you can use either the application web.xml configuration file setting:
    <context-param>
      <param-name>BDC_locale</param-name>
      <param-value>zh-Bopo-TW</param-value>
    </context-param>
    
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    exampleCaptcha.setLocale("zh-Bopo-TW"); 
    
    or Standard / Facelets JSF Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:jsfCaptcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="zh-Bopo-TW"
    
    or JSP Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:captcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="zh-Bopo-TW"
    
  • In ASP Classic applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the BotDetect\CaptchaConfig.asp file:
    ' Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    ' Classic ASP application to Taiwanese Mandarin
    BotDetect.Locale = "zh-Bopo-TW"
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <%
      Dim ExampleCaptcha : Set ExampleCaptcha = (New Captcha)("ExampleCaptcha")
      ExampleCaptcha.UserInputID = "CaptchaCode"
      ' Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Taiwanese Mandarin
      ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "zh-Bopo-TW"
      Response.Write ExampleCaptcha.Html
    %>
  • In PHP applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the lib/botdetect/CaptchaConfigDefaults.php file:
    // Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    // PHP application to Taiwanese Mandarin
    $BDC_CaptchaConfig->Locale = 'zh-Bopo-TW';
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <?php 
      $ExampleCaptcha = new Captcha("ExampleCaptcha");
      $ExampleCaptcha->UserInputID = "CaptchaCode";
      // Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Taiwanese Mandarin
      $ExampleCaptcha->Locale = 'zh-Bopo-TW';
      echo $ExampleCaptcha->Html(); 
    ?>

Taiwanese Mandarin Localized Audio CAPTCHA Sounds

Example audio Captcha sounds generated by BotDetect using the Taiwanese Mandarin Locale setting can be heard in the BotDetect Captcha features demo

To use BotDetect sounds localized for the Taiwanese Mandarin Captcha Locale, you should also download the Taiwanese Mandarin Pronunciation Sound Package and deploy the .bdsp file to the BotDetect sounds folder your application uses:

  • ASP.NET applications use Bin\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the <botDetect> configuration section.
  • Java applications use WEB-INF\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the web.xml configuration file setting.
  • ASP Classic applications use Redistribute\BotDetectSounds in the BotDetect installation folder by default. A custom folder can be specified in the BotDetect/CaptchaConfig.asp file.
  • PHP applications always use lib/botdetect/Resources/Sounds.

Taiwanese Mandarin Localized CAPTCHA Codes

The zh-Bopo-TW Captcha locale uses a modified version of the Bopomofo character set without the ㄟ and ㄧ characters for a total of 35 Bopomofo characters.

Unicode Captcha Codes and Font Requirements

This table on the left uses the actual Unicode characters drawn in localized Captcha images.

Displaying these characters in your browser requires having fonts which support them installed on the client machine.

In ASP.NET and ASP Classic versions of BotDetect, generating localized Captcha images using these characters also requires supporting fonts on your server.

If viewing these characters in your browser or generating them in Captcha images on your server fails, you can enable the required localization support for on both client and server machines using Control Panel:

Windows 2000, XP, 2003 Server: Regional and Language Options → Languages → Supplemental language support.

Windows Vista, 7, 2008 Server: Region and Language → Keyboards and Languages → Install/uninstall languages.

CodeStyle.Alpha Taiwanese Mandarin CAPTCHA Bopomofo Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x3105 B
0x3106 P
0x3107 M
0x3108 F
0x3109 D
0x310A T
0x310B N
0x310C L
0x310D G
0x310E K
0x310F H
0x3110 J
0x3111 Q
0x3112 X
0x3113 Zh
0x3114 Ch
0x3115 Sh
0x3116 R
0x3117 Z
0x3118 C
0x3119 S
0x311A A
0x311B O
0x311C E
0x311D Eh
0x311E Ai
0x311F Ei (not used)
0x3120 Au
0x3121 Ou
0x3122 An
0x3123 En
0x3124 Ang
0x3125 Eng
0x3126 Er
0x3127 I (not used)
0x3128 U
0x3129 Iu
CodeStyle.Numeric Taiwanese Mandarin CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0030 zero 0
0x0031 one 1
0x0032 two 2
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9
CodeStyle.Alphanumeric Taiwanese Mandarin CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
Unicode code point Name Character
0x3105 B
0x3106 P
0x3107 M
0x3108 F
0x3109 D
0x310A T
0x310B N
0x310C L
0x310D G
0x310E K
0x310F H
0x3110 J
0x3111 Q
0x3112 X
0x3113 Zh
0x3114 Ch
0x3115 Sh
0x3116 R
0x3117 Z
0x3118 C
0x3119 S
0x311A A
0x311B O
0x311C E
0x311D Eh
0x311E Ai
0x311F Ei (not used)
0x3120 Au
0x3121 Ou
0x3122 An
0x3123 En
0x3124 Ang
0x3125 Eng
0x3126 Er
0x3127 I (not used)
0x3128 U
0x3129 Iu
0x0030 zero 0
0x0031 one 1
0x0032 two 2
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9

This page contains the details of Croatian Captcha (hrvatska Captcha) locales fully supported by BotDetect, for which there are both localized Captcha images and audio Captcha sounds available.

Supported Croatian CAPTCHA Locales

Locale Language Country Charset Downloads
hr Croatian Croatian Latin Croatian Audio Captcha Pronunciation Sound Package

Croatian CAPTCHA

Captcha Locale overview:

Language Country BotDetect Locale settings
Croatian Croatia hr

Examples and specifications of individual Captcha feature localizations:

Croatian Localized CAPTCHA Images

Example Captcha images generated by BotDetect using the base Latin character set for all Captcha ImageStyle values can be seen in the BotDetect Captcha image styles demo

To use BotDetect Captcha images localized for the Croatian Captcha Locale in your application, you can specify the Locale value:

  • In ASP.NET applications, you can use either the .aspx page source:
    <!-- Captcha control localized to Croatian -->
    <BotDetect:Captcha ID="ExampleCaptcha" runat="server" Locale="hr" />
    or the page code-behind:
    [C#]
        
    // Set the Captcha instance Locale to Croatian    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "hr";
    [VB.NET]
        
    ' Set the Captcha instance Locale to Croatian    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "hr"

    or Locale-dependent Captcha strings can be configured on application level in the <botDetect> Web.config configuration section:

    <botDetect locale="hr" 
  • In Java applications, you can use either the application web.xml configuration file setting:
    <context-param>
      <param-name>BDC_locale</param-name>
      <param-value>hr</param-value>
    </context-param>
    
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    exampleCaptcha.setLocale("hr"); 
    
    or Standard / Facelets JSF Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:jsfCaptcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="hr"
    
    or JSP Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:captcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="hr"
    
  • In ASP Classic applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the BotDetect\CaptchaConfig.asp file:
    ' Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    ' Classic ASP application to Croatian
    BotDetect.Locale = "hr"
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <%
      Dim ExampleCaptcha : Set ExampleCaptcha = (New Captcha)("ExampleCaptcha")
      ExampleCaptcha.UserInputID = "CaptchaCode"
      ' Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Croatian
      ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "hr"
      Response.Write ExampleCaptcha.Html
    %>
  • In PHP applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the lib/botdetect/CaptchaConfigDefaults.php file:
    // Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    // PHP application to Croatian
    $BDC_CaptchaConfig->Locale = 'hr';
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <?php 
      $ExampleCaptcha = new Captcha("ExampleCaptcha");
      $ExampleCaptcha->UserInputID = "CaptchaCode";
      // Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Croatian
      $ExampleCaptcha->Locale = 'hr';
      echo $ExampleCaptcha->Html(); 
    ?>

Croatian Localized Audio CAPTCHA Sounds

Example audio Captcha sounds generated by BotDetect using the Croatian Locale setting can be heard in the BotDetect Captcha features demo

To use BotDetect sounds localized for the Croatian Captcha Locale, you should also download the Croatian Pronunciation Sound Package and deploy the .bdsp file to the BotDetect sounds folder your application uses:

  • ASP.NET applications use Bin\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the <botDetect> configuration section.
  • Java applications use WEB-INF\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the web.xml configuration file setting.
  • ASP Classic applications use Redistribute\BotDetectSounds in the BotDetect installation folder by default. A custom folder can be specified in the BotDetect/CaptchaConfig.asp file.
  • PHP applications always use lib/botdetect/Resources/Sounds.

Croatian Localized CAPTCHA Codes

The hr Captcha locale uses the default Latin character set without the Q,W,X,Y characters, for a total of 22 alpha characters.

CodeStyle.Alpha Croatian CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 a A
0x0042 be B
0x0043 ce C
0x0044 de D
0x0045 e E
0x0046 ef F (not used)
0x0047 ge G (not used)
0x0048 ha H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004A jot J
0x004B ka K
0x004C el L (not used)
0x004D em M
0x004E en N
0x004F o O
0x0050 pe P
0x0052 er R
0x0053 es S
0x0054 te T
0x0055 u U
0x0056 ve V
0x005A ze Z
CodeStyle.Numeric Croatian CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0030 nula 0
0x0031 jedan 1
0x0032 dva 2
0x0033 tri 3
0x0034 četiri 4
0x0035 pet 5
0x0036 šest 6
0x0037 sedam 7 (not used)
0x0038 osam 8
0x0039 devet 9
CodeStyle.Alphanumeric Croatian CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 a A
0x0042 be B
0x0043 ce C
0x0044 de D
0x0045 e E
0x0046 ef F (not used)
0x0047 ge G (not used)
0x0048 ha H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004A jot J
0x004B ka K
0x004C el L (not used)
0x004D em M
0x004E en N
0x004F o O (not used)
0x0050 pe P
0x0052 er R
0x0053 es S
0x0054 te T
0x0055 u U
0x0056 ve V
0x005A ze Z (not used)
0x0030 nula 0 (not used)
0x0031 jedan 1 (not used)
0x0032 dva 2 (not used)
0x0033 tri 3
0x0034 četiri 4
0x0035 pet 5
0x0036 šest 6
0x0037 sedam 7 (not used)
0x0038 osam 8
0x0039 devet 9

This page contains the details of Czech Captcha (česká Captcha) locales fully supported by BotDetect, for which there are both localized Captcha images and audio Captcha sounds available.

Supported Czech CAPTCHA Locales

Locale Language Country Charset Downloads
cs Czech Czech Republic Latin Czech Audio Captcha Pronunciation Sound Package

Czech CAPTCHA

Captcha Locale overview:

Language Country BotDetect Locale settings
Czech Czechy cs

Examples and specifications of individual Captcha feature localizations:

Czech Localized CAPTCHA Images

Example Captcha images generated by BotDetect using the base Latin character set for all Captcha ImageStyle values can be seen in the BotDetect Captcha image styles demo

To use BotDetect Captcha images localized for the Czech Captcha Locale in your application, you can specify the Locale value:

  • In ASP.NET applications, you can use either the .aspx page source:
    <!-- Captcha control localized to Czech -->
    <BotDetect:Captcha ID="ExampleCaptcha" runat="server" Locale="cs" />
    or the page code-behind:
    [C#]
        
    // Set the Captcha instance Locale to Czech    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "cs";
    [VB.NET]
        
    ' Set the Captcha instance Locale to Czech    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "cs"

    or Locale-dependent Captcha strings can be configured on application level in the <botDetect> Web.config configuration section:

    <botDetect locale="cs" 
  • In Java applications, you can use either the application web.xml configuration file setting:
    <context-param>
      <param-name>BDC_locale</param-name>
      <param-value>cs</param-value>
    </context-param>
    
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    exampleCaptcha.setLocale("cs"); 
    
    or Standard / Facelets JSF Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:jsfCaptcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="cs"
    
    or JSP Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:captcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="cs"
    
  • In ASP Classic applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the BotDetect\CaptchaConfig.asp file:
    ' Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    ' Classic ASP application to Czech
    BotDetect.Locale = "cs"
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <%
      Dim ExampleCaptcha : Set ExampleCaptcha = (New Captcha)("ExampleCaptcha")
      ExampleCaptcha.UserInputID = "CaptchaCode"
      ' Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Czech
      ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "cs"
      Response.Write ExampleCaptcha.Html
    %>
  • In PHP applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the lib/botdetect/CaptchaConfigDefaults.php file:
    // Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    // PHP application to Czech
    $BDC_CaptchaConfig->Locale = 'cs';
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <?php 
      $ExampleCaptcha = new Captcha("ExampleCaptcha");
      $ExampleCaptcha->UserInputID = "CaptchaCode";
      // Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Czech
      $ExampleCaptcha->Locale = 'cs';
      echo $ExampleCaptcha->Html(); 
    ?>

Czech Localized Audio CAPTCHA Sounds

Example audio Captcha sounds generated by BotDetect using the Czech Locale setting can be heard in the BotDetect Captcha features demo

To use BotDetect sounds localized for the Czech Captcha Locale, you should also download the Czech Pronunciation Sound Package and deploy the .bdsp file to the BotDetect sounds folder your application uses:

  • ASP.NET applications use Bin\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the <botDetect> configuration section.
  • Java applications use WEB-INF\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the web.xml configuration file setting.
  • ASP Classic applications use Redistribute\BotDetectSounds in the BotDetect installation folder by default. A custom folder can be specified in the BotDetect/CaptchaConfig.asp file.
  • PHP applications always use lib/botdetect/Resources/Sounds.

Czech Localized CAPTCHA Codes

The cs Captcha locale uses the default Latin character set without the Q,W characters, for a total of 24 alpha characters.

CodeStyle.Alpha Czech CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 á A
0x0042 B
0x0043 C
0x0044 D
0x0045 é E
0x0046 ef F (not used)
0x0047 G (not used)
0x0048 H
0x0049 í I (not used)
0x004A J
0x004B K
0x004C el L (not used)
0x004D em M
0x004E en N
0x004F ó O
0x0050 P
0x0052 er R
0x0053 es S
0x0054 T
0x0055 ú U
0x0056 V
0x0058 iks X
0x0059 ypsilon Y
0x005A zet Z
CodeStyle.Numeric Czech CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0030 nula 0
0x0031 jeden 1
0x0032 dva 2
0x0033 tři 3
0x0034 čtyři 4
0x0035 pět 5
0x0036 šest 6
0x0037 sedm 7 (not used)
0x0038 osm 8
0x0039 devět 9
CodeStyle.Alphanumeric Czech CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 á A
0x0042 B
0x0043 C
0x0044 D
0x0045 é E
0x0046 ef F (not used)
0x0047 G (not used)
0x0048 H
0x0049 í I (not used)
0x004A J
0x004B K
0x004C el L (not used)
0x004D em M
0x004E en N
0x004F ó O (not used)
0x0050 P
0x0052 er R
0x0053 es S
0x0054 T
0x0055 ú U
0x0056 V
0x0058 iks X
0x0059 ypsilon Y
0x005A zet Z (not used)
0x0030 nula 0 (not used)
0x0031 jeden 1 (not used)
0x0032 dva 2 (not used)
0x0033 tři 3
0x0034 čtyři 4
0x0035 pět 5
0x0036 šest 6
0x0037 sedm 7 (not used)
0x0038 osm 8
0x0039 devět 9

This page contains the details of Danish Captcha (Dansk Captcha) locales fully supported by BotDetect, for which there are both localized Captcha images and audio Captcha sounds available.

Supported Danish CAPTCHA Locales

Locale Language Country Charset Downloads
da Danish Denmark Latin Danish Audio Captcha Pronunciation Sound Package

Danish CAPTCHA

Captcha Locale overview:

Language Country BotDetect Locale settings
Danish Denmark da, da-DK

Examples and specifications of individual Captcha feature localizations:

Danish Localized CAPTCHA Images

Example Captcha images generated by BotDetect using the base Latin character set for all Captcha ImageStyle values can be seen in the BotDetect Captcha image styles demo

To use BotDetect Captcha images localized for the Danish Captcha Locale in your application, you can specify the Locale value:

  • In ASP.NET applications, you can use either the .aspx page source:
    <!-- Captcha control localized to Danish -->
    <BotDetect:Captcha ID="ExampleCaptcha" runat="server" Locale="da" />
    or the page code-behind:
    [C#]
        
    // Set the Captcha instance Locale to Danish    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "da";
    [VB.NET]
        
    ' Set the Captcha instance Locale to Danish    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "da"

    or Locale-dependent Captcha strings can be configured on application level in the <botDetect> Web.config configuration section:

    <botDetect locale="da" 
  • In Java applications, you can use either the application web.xml configuration file setting:
    <context-param>
      <param-name>BDC_locale</param-name>
      <param-value>da</param-value>
    </context-param>
    
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    exampleCaptcha.setLocale("da"); 
    
    or Standard / Facelets JSF Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:jsfCaptcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="da"
    
    or JSP Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:captcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="da"
    
  • In ASP Classic applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the BotDetect\CaptchaConfig.asp file:
    ' Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    ' Classic ASP application to Danish
    BotDetect.Locale = "da"
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <%
      Dim ExampleCaptcha : Set ExampleCaptcha = (New Captcha)("ExampleCaptcha")
      ExampleCaptcha.UserInputID = "CaptchaCode"
      ' Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Danish
      ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "da"
      Response.Write ExampleCaptcha.Html
    %>
  • In PHP applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the lib/botdetect/CaptchaConfigDefaults.php file:
    // Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    // PHP application to Danish
    $BDC_CaptchaConfig->Locale = 'da';
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <?php 
      $ExampleCaptcha = new Captcha("ExampleCaptcha");
      $ExampleCaptcha->UserInputID = "CaptchaCode";
      // Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Danish
      $ExampleCaptcha->Locale = 'da';
      echo $ExampleCaptcha->Html(); 
    ?>

Danish Localized audio CAPTCHA Sounds

Example audio Captcha sounds generated by BotDetect using the Danish Locale setting can be heard in the BotDetect Captcha features demo

To use BotDetect sounds localized for the Danish Captcha Locale, you should also download the Danish Pronunciation Sound Package and deploy the .bdsp file to the BotDetect sounds folder your application uses:

  • ASP.NET applications use Bin\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the <botDetect> configuration section.
  • Java applications use WEB-INF\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the web.xml configuration file setting.
  • ASP Classic applications use Redistribute\BotDetectSounds in the BotDetect installation folder by default. A custom folder can be specified in the BotDetect/CaptchaConfig.asp file.
  • PHP applications always use lib/botdetect/Resources/Sounds.

Danish Localized CAPTCHA Codes

The da-DK Captcha locale uses a modified version of the Latin character set without the C, Q, W, X, Z characters, for a total of 21 alpha characters.

CodeStyle.Alpha Danish CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 a A
0x0042 be B
0x0044 de D
0x0045 e E
0x0046 ef F (not used)
0x0047 ge G (not used)
0x0048 ha H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004A je J
0x004B ka K
0x004C el L (not used)
0x004D em M
0x004E en N
0x004F o O
0x0050 pe P
0x0052 er R
0x0053 es S
0x0054 te T
0x0055 u U
0x0056 ve V
0x0059 y Y
CodeStyle.Numeric Danish CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0030 zero 0
0x0031 one 1
0x0032 two 2
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9
CodeStyle.Alphanumeric Danish CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 a A
0x0042 be B
0x0044 de D
0x0045 e E
0x0046 ef F (not used)
0x0047 ge G (not used)
0x0048 ha H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004A je J
0x004B ka K
0x004C el L (not used)
0x004D em M
0x004E en N
0x004F o O (not used)
0x0050 pe P
0x0052 er R
0x0053 es S
0x0054 te T
0x0055 u U
0x0056 ve V
0x0059 y Y
0x0030 zero 0 (not used)
0x0031 one 1 (not used)
0x0032 two 2 (not used)
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9

This page contains the details of Dutch Captcha (Nederlandse Captcha) locales fully supported by BotDetect, for which there are both localized Captcha images and audio Captcha sounds available.

Supported Dutch CAPTCHA Locales

Locale Language Country Charset Downloads
nl Dutch Netherlands Latin Dutch Audio Captcha Pronunciation Sound Package

Dutch CAPTCHA

Captcha Locale overview:

Language Country BotDetect Locale settings
Dutch Netherlands nl, nl-NL

Examples and specifications of individual Captcha feature localizations:

Dutch Localized CAPTCHA Images

Example Captcha images generated by BotDetect using the base Latin character set for all Captcha ImageStyle values can be seen in the BotDetect Captcha image styles demo

To use BotDetect Captcha images localized for the Dutch Captcha Locale in your application, you can specify the Locale value:

  • In ASP.NET applications, you can use either the .aspx page source:
    <!-- Captcha control localized to Dutch -->
    <BotDetect:Captcha ID="ExampleCaptcha" runat="server" Locale="nl" />
    or the page code-behind:
    [C#]
        
    // Set the Captcha instance Locale to Dutch    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "nl";
    [VB.NET]
        
    ' Set the Captcha instance Locale to Dutch    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "nl"

    or Locale-dependent Captcha strings can be configured on application level in the <botDetect> Web.config configuration section:

    <botDetect locale="nl" 
  • In Java applications, you can use either the application web.xml configuration file setting:
    <context-param>
      <param-name>BDC_locale</param-name>
      <param-value>nl</param-value>
    </context-param>
    
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    exampleCaptcha.setLocale("nl"); 
    
    or Stannlrd / Facelets JSF Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:jsfCaptcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="nl"
    
    or JSP Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:captcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="nl"
    
  • In ASP Classic applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the BotDetect\CaptchaConfig.asp file:
    ' Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    ' Classic ASP application to Dutch
    BotDetect.Locale = "nl"
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <%
      Dim ExampleCaptcha : Set ExampleCaptcha = (New Captcha)("ExampleCaptcha")
      ExampleCaptcha.UserInputID = "CaptchaCode"
      ' Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Dutch
      ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "nl"
      Response.Write ExampleCaptcha.Html
    %>
  • In PHP applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the lib/botdetect/CaptchaConfigDefaults.php file:
    // Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    // PHP application to Dutch
    $BDC_CaptchaConfig->Locale = 'nl';
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <?php 
      $ExampleCaptcha = new Captcha("ExampleCaptcha");
      $ExampleCaptcha->UserInputID = "CaptchaCode";
      // Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Dutch
      $ExampleCaptcha->Locale = 'nl';
      echo $ExampleCaptcha->Html(); 
    ?>

Dutch Localized Audio CAPTCHA Sounds

Example audio Captcha sounds generated by BotDetect using the Dutch Locale setting can be heard in the BotDetect Captcha features demo

To use BotDetect sounds localized for the Dutch Captcha Locale, you should also download the Dutch Pronunciation Sound Package and deploy the .bdsp file to the BotDetect sounds folder your application uses:

  • ASP.NET applications use Bin\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the <botDetect> configuration section.
  • Java applications use WEB-INF\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the web.xml configuration file setting.
  • ASP Classic applications use Redistribute\BotDetectSounds in the BotDetect installation folder by default. A custom folder can be specified in the BotDetect/CaptchaConfig.asp file.
  • PHP applications always use lib/botdetect/Resources/Sounds.

Dutch Localized CAPTCHA Codes

The nl-NL Captcha locale uses the default Latin character set, consisting of 26 characters.

CodeStyle.Alpha Dutch CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 a A
0x0042 be B
0x0043 ce C
0x0044 de D
0x0045 e E
0x0046 ef F (not used)
0x0047 ge G (not used)
0x0048 ha H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004A je J
0x004B ka K
0x004C el L (not used)
0x004D em M
0x004E en N
0x004F o O
0x0050 pe P
0x0051 ku Q (not used)
0x0052 er R
0x0053 es S
0x0054 te T
0x0055 u U
0x0056 ve V
0x0057 we W
0x0058 iks X
0x0059 y Y
0x005A zet Z
CodeStyle.Numeric Dutch CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0030 zero 0
0x0031 one 1
0x0032 two 2
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9
CodeStyle.Alphanumeric Dutch CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 a A
0x0042 be B
0x0043 ce C
0x0044 de D
0x0045 e E
0x0046 ef F (not used)
0x0047 ge G (not used)
0x0048 ha H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004A je J
0x004B ka K
0x004C el L (not used)
0x004D em M
0x004E en N
0x004F o O (not used)
0x0050 pe P
0x0051 ku Q (not used)
0x0052 er R
0x0053 es S
0x0054 te T
0x0055 u U
0x0056 ve V
0x0057 we W
0x0058 iks X
0x0059 y Y
0x005A zet Z (not used)
0x0030 zero 0 (not used)
0x0031 one 1 (not used)
0x0032 two 2 (not used)
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9

This page contains the details of Estonian Captcha (eesti Captcha) locales fully supported by BotDetect, for which there are both localized Captcha images and audio Captcha sounds available.

Supported Estonian CAPTCHA Locales

Locale Language Country Charset Downloads
et Estonian Estonia Latin Estonian Audio Captcha Pronunciation Sound Package

Estonian CAPTCHA

Captcha Locale overview:

Language Country BotDetect Locale settings
Estonian Estonia et

Examples and specifications of individual Captcha feature localizations:

Estonian Localized CAPTCHA Images

Example Captcha images generated by BotDetect using the base Latin character set for all Captcha ImageStyle values can be seen in the BotDetect Captcha image styles demo

To use BotDetect Captcha images localized for the Estonian Captcha Locale in your application, you can specify the Locale value:

  • In ASP.NET applications, you can use either the .aspx page source:
    <!-- Captcha control localized to Estonian -->
    <BotDetect:Captcha ID="ExampleCaptcha" runat="server" Locale="et" />
    or the page code-behind:
    [C#]
        
    // Set the Captcha instance Locale to Estonian    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "et";
    [VB.NET]
        
    ' Set the Captcha instance Locale to Estonian    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "et"

    or Locale-dependent Captcha strings can be configured on application level in the <botDetect> Web.config configuration section:

    <botDetect locale="et" 
  • In Java applications, you can use either the application web.xml configuration file setting:
    <context-param>
      <param-name>BDC_locale</param-name>
      <param-value>et</param-value>
    </context-param>
    
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    exampleCaptcha.setLocale("et"); 
    
    or Stanetrd / Facelets JSF Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:jsfCaptcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="et"
    
    or JSP Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:captcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="et"
    
  • In ASP Classic applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the BotDetect\CaptchaConfig.asp file:
    ' Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    ' Classic ASP application to Estonian
    BotDetect.Locale = "et"
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <%
      Dim ExampleCaptcha : Set ExampleCaptcha = (New Captcha)("ExampleCaptcha")
      ExampleCaptcha.UserInputID = "CaptchaCode"
      ' Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Estonian
      ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "et"
      Response.Write ExampleCaptcha.Html
    %>
  • In PHP applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the lib/botdetect/CaptchaConfigDefaults.php file:
    // Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    // PHP application to Estonian
    $BDC_CaptchaConfig->Locale = 'et';
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <?php 
      $ExampleCaptcha = new Captcha("ExampleCaptcha");
      $ExampleCaptcha->UserInputID = "CaptchaCode";
      // Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Estonian
      $ExampleCaptcha->Locale = 'et';
      echo $ExampleCaptcha->Html(); 
    ?>

Estonian Localized Audio CAPTCHA Sounds

Example audio Captcha sounds generated by BotDetect using the Estonian Locale setting can be heard in the BotDetect Captcha features demo

To use BotDetect sounds localized for the Estonian Captcha Locale, you should also download the Estonian Pronunciation Sound Package and deploy the .bdsp file to the BotDetect sounds folder your application uses:

  • ASP.NET applications use Bin\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the <botDetect> configuration section.
  • Java applications use WEB-INF\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the web.xml configuration file setting.
  • ASP Classic applications use Redistribute\BotDetectSounds in the BotDetect installation folder by default. A custom folder can be specified in the BotDetect/CaptchaConfig.asp file.
  • PHP applications always use lib/botdetect/Resources/Sounds.

Estonian Localized CAPTCHA Codes

The et Captcha locale uses the default Latin character set without the C,Q,W,X,Y characters, for a total of 21 alpha characters.

CodeStyle.Alpha Estonian CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 aa A
0x0042 bee B
0x0044 dee D
0x0045 e E
0x0046 eff F (not used)
0x0047 gee G (not used)
0x0048 haa H
0x0049 ii I (not used)
0x004A jott J
0x004B kaa K
0x004C ell L (not used)
0x004D emm M
0x004E enn N
0x004F oo O
0x0050 pee P
0x0052 err R
0x0053 ess S
0x0054 tee T
0x0055 uu U
0x0056 vee V
0x005A zett Z
CodeStyle.Numeric Estonian CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0030 null 0
0x0031 üks 1
0x0032 kaks 2
0x0033 kolm 3
0x0034 neli 4
0x0035 viis 5
0x0036 kuus 6
0x0037 seitse 7 (not used)
0x0038 kaheksa 8
0x0039 üheksa 9
CodeStyle.Alphanumeric Estonian CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 aa A
0x0042 bee B
0x0044 dee D
0x0045 ee E
0x0046 eff F (not used)
0x0047 gee G (not used)
0x0048 haa H
0x0049 ii I (not used)
0x004A jott J
0x004B kaa K
0x004C ell L (not used)
0x004D emm M
0x004E enn N
0x004F oo O (not used)
0x0050 pee P
0x0052 err R
0x0053 ess S
0x0054 tee T
0x0055 uu U
0x0056 vee V
0x005A zee Z (not used)
0x0030 null 0 (not used)
0x0031 üks 1 (not used)
0x0032 kaks 2 (not used)
0x0033 kolm 3
0x0034 neli 4
0x0035 viis 5
0x0036 kuus 6
0x0037 seitse 7 (not used)
0x0038 kaheksa 8
0x0039 üheksa 9

This page contains the details of Finnish Captcha (Suomen Captcha) locales fully supported by BotDetect, for which there are both localized Captcha images and audio Captcha sounds available.

Supported Finnish CAPTCHA Locales

Locale Language Country Charset Downloads
fi Finnish Finland Latin Finnish Audio Captcha Pronunciation Sound Package

Finnish CAPTCHA

Captcha Locale overview:

Language Country BotDetect Locale settings
Finnish Finland fi, fin

Examples and specifications of individual Captcha feature localizations:

Finnish Localized CAPTCHA Images

Example Captcha images generated by BotDetect using the base Latin character set for all Captcha ImageStyle values can be seen in the BotDetect Captcha image styles demo

To use BotDetect Captcha images localized for the Finnish Captcha Locale in your application, you can specify the Locale value:

  • In ASP.NET applications, you can use either the .aspx page source:
    <!-- Captcha control localized to Finnish -->
    <BotDetect:Captcha ID="ExampleCaptcha" runat="server" Locale="fi" />
    or the page code-behind:
    [C#]
        
    // Set the Captcha instance Locale to Finnish    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "fi";
    [VB.NET]
        
    ' Set the Captcha instance Locale to Finnish    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "fi"

    or Locale-dependent Captcha strings can be configured on application level in the <botDetect> Web.config configuration section:

    <botDetect locale="fi" 
  • In Java applications, you can use either the application web.xml configuration file sfiting:
    <context-param>
      <param-name>BDC_locale</param-name>
      <param-value>fi</param-value>
    </context-param>
    
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    exampleCaptcha.sfiLocale("fi"); 
    
    or Stanfird / Facelfis JSF Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:jsfCaptcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="fi"
    
    or JSP Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:captcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="fi"
    
  • In ASP Classic applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the BotDetect\CaptchaConfig.asp file:
    ' Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    ' Classic ASP application to Finnish
    BotDetect.Locale = "fi"
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <%
      Dim ExampleCaptcha : Set ExampleCaptcha = (New Captcha)("ExampleCaptcha")
      ExampleCaptcha.UserInputID = "CaptchaCode"
      ' Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Finnish
      ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "fi"
      Response.Write ExampleCaptcha.Html
    %>
  • In PHP applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the lib/botdetect/CaptchaConfigDefaults.php file:
    // Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    // PHP application to Finnish
    $BDC_CaptchaConfig->Locale = 'fi';
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <?php 
      $ExampleCaptcha = new Captcha("ExampleCaptcha");
      $ExampleCaptcha->UserInputID = "CaptchaCode";
      // Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Finnish
      $ExampleCaptcha->Locale = 'fi';
      echo $ExampleCaptcha->Html(); 
    ?>

Finnish Localized audio CAPTCHA Sounds

Example audio Captcha sounds generated by BotDetect using the Finnish Locale setting can be heard in the BotDetect Captcha features demo

To use BotDetect sounds localized for the Finnish Captcha Locale, you should also download the Finnish Pronunciation Sound Package and deploy the .bdsp file to the BotDetect sounds folder your application uses:

  • ASP.NET applications use Bin\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the <botDetect> configuration section.
  • Java applications use WEB-INF\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the web.xml configuration file setting.
  • ASP Classic applications use Redistribute\BotDetectSounds in the BotDetect installation folder by default. A custom folder can be specified in the BotDetect/CaptchaConfig.asp file.
  • PHP applications always use lib/botdetect/Resources/Sounds.

Finnish Localized CAPTCHA Codes

The fi Captcha locale uses a modified version of the Latin character set without the W character, for a total of 25 alpha characters.

CodeStyle.Alpha Finnish CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 a A
0x0042 bee B
0x0043 see C
0x0044 dee D
0x0045 ee E
0x0046 äffä F (not used)
0x0047 gee G (not used)
0x0048 hoo H
0x0049 ii I (not used)
0x004A jii J
0x004B koo K
0x004C ällä L (not used)
0x004D ämmä M
0x004E ännä N
0x004F oo O
0x0050 pee P
0x0051 kuu Q (not used)
0x0052 ärrä R
0x0053 ässä S
0x0054 tee T
0x0055 uu U
0x0056 vee V
0x0058 äksä X
0x0059 yy Y
0x005A tseta Z
CodeStyle.Numeric Finnish CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0030 zero 0
0x0031 one 1
0x0032 two 2
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9
CodeStyle.Alphanumeric Finnish CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 a A
0x0042 bee B
0x0043 see C
0x0044 dee D
0x0045 ee E
0x0046 äffä F (not used)
0x0047 gee G (not used)
0x0048 hoo H
0x0049 ii I (not used)
0x004A jii J
0x004B koo K
0x004C ällä L (not used)
0x004D ämmä M
0x004E ännä N
0x004F oo O (not used)
0x0050 pee P
0x0051 kuu Q (not used)
0x0052 ärrä R
0x0053 ässä S
0x0054 tee T
0x0055 uu U
0x0056 vee V
0x0058 äksä X
0x0059 yy Y
0x005A tseta Z (not used)
0x0030 zero 0 (not used)
0x0031 one 1 (not used)
0x0032 two 2 (not used)
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9

This page contains the details of French Captcha (Captcha Francais) locales fully supported by BotDetect, for which there are both localized Captcha images and audio Captcha sounds available.

Supported French CAPTCHA Locales

Locale Language Country Charset Downloads
fr French France Latin French Audio Captcha Pronunciation Sound Package
fr-CA French Canada Latin Canadian French Audio Captcha Pronunciation Sound Package

French CAPTCHA

Captcha Locale overview:

Language Country BotDetect Locale settings
French France fr, fr-FR

Examples and specifications of individual Captcha feature localizations:

French Localized CAPTCHA Images

Example Captcha images generated by BotDetect using the base Latin character set for all Captcha ImageStyle values can be seen in the BotDetect Captcha image styles demo

To use BotDetect Captcha images localized for the French Captcha Locale in your application, you can specify the Locale value:

  • In ASP.NET applications, you can use either the .aspx page source:
    <!-- Captcha control localized to French -->
    <BotDetect:Captcha ID="ExampleCaptcha" runat="server" Locale="fr-FR" />
    or the page code-behind:
    [C#]
        
    // Set the Captcha instance Locale to French    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "fr-FR";
    [VB.NET]
        
    ' Set the Captcha instance Locale to French    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "fr-FR"

    or Locale-dependent Captcha strings can be configured on application level in the <botDetect> Web.config configuration section:

    <botDetect locale="fr-FR" 
  • In Java applications, you can use either the application web.xml confr-FRguration fr-FRle sfr-FRting:
    <context-param>
      <param-name>BDC_locale</param-name>
      <param-value>fr-FR</param-value>
    </context-param>
    
    or the Captcha object instance-specifr-FRc value:
    exampleCaptcha.sfr-FRLocale("fr-FR"); 
    
    or Stanfr-FRrd / Facelfr-FRs JSF Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:jsfCaptcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="fr-FR"
    
    or JSP Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:captcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="fr-FR"
    
  • In ASP Classic applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the BotDetect\CaptchaConfig.asp file:
    ' Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    ' Classic ASP application to French
    BotDetect.Locale = "fr-FR"
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <%
      Dim ExampleCaptcha : Set ExampleCaptcha = (New Captcha)("ExampleCaptcha")
      ExampleCaptcha.UserInputID = "CaptchaCode"
      ' Set the Captcha object instance Locale to French
      ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "fr-FR"
      Response.Write ExampleCaptcha.Html
    %>
  • In PHP applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the lib/botdetect/CaptchaConfigDefaults.php file:
    // Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    // PHP application to French
    $BDC_CaptchaConfig->Locale = 'fr-FR';
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <?php 
      $ExampleCaptcha = new Captcha("ExampleCaptcha");
      $ExampleCaptcha->UserInputID = "CaptchaCode";
      // Set the Captcha object instance Locale to French
      $ExampleCaptcha->Locale = 'fr-FR';
      echo $ExampleCaptcha->Html(); 
    ?>

French Localized Audio CAPTCHA Sounds

Example audio Captcha sounds generated by BotDetect using the French Locale setting can be heard in the BotDetect Captcha features demo

To use BotDetect sounds localized for the French Captcha Locale, you should also download the French Pronunciation Sound Package and deploy the .bdsp file to the BotDetect sounds folder your application uses:

  • ASP.NET applications use Bin\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the <botDetect> configuration section.
  • Java applications use WEB-INF\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the web.xml configuration file setting.
  • ASP Classic applications use Redistribute\BotDetectSounds in the BotDetect installation folder by default. A custom folder can be specified in the BotDetect/CaptchaConfig.asp file.
  • PHP applications always use lib/botdetect/Resources/Sounds.

French Localized CAPTCHA Codes

The fr-FR Captcha locale uses the default Latin character set, consisting of 26 characters.

CodeStyle.Alpha French CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 ɑ A
0x0042 be B
0x0043 se C
0x0044 de D
0x0045 ə E
0x0046 ɛf F (not used)
0x0047 ʒe G (not used)
0x0048 H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004A ʒi J
0x004B ka K
0x004C ɛl L (not used)
0x004D ɛm M
0x004E ɛn N
0x004F o O
0x0050 pe P
0x0051 ky Q (not used)
0x0052 ɛʀ R
0x0053 ɛs S
0x0054 te T
0x0055 y U
0x0056 ve V
0x0057 dubləve W
0x0058 iks X
0x0059 igʀɛk Y
0x005A zɛd Z
CodeStyle.Numeric French CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0030 zero 0
0x0031 one 1
0x0032 two 2
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9
CodeStyle.Alphanumeric French CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 ɑ A
0x0042 be B
0x0043 se C
0x0044 de D
0x0045 ə E
0x0046 ɛf F (not used)
0x0047 ʒe G (not used)
0x0048 H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004A ʒi J
0x004B ka K
0x004C ɛl L (not used)
0x004D ɛm M
0x004E ɛn N
0x004F o O (not used)
0x0050 pe P
0x0051 ky Q (not used)
0x0052 ɛʀ R
0x0053 ɛs S
0x0054 te T
0x0055 y U
0x0056 ve V
0x0057 dubləve W
0x0058 iks X
0x0059 igʀɛk Y
0x005A zɛd Z (not used)
0x0030 zero 0 (not used)
0x0031 one 1 (not used)
0x0032 two 2 (not used)
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9

Canadian French CAPTCHA

Captcha Locale overview:

Language Country BotDetect Locale settings
Canadian French Canada fr-CA

Examples and specifications of individual Captcha feature localizations:

Canadian French Localized CAPTCHA Images

Example Captcha images generated by BotDetect using the base Latin character set for all Captcha ImageStyle values can be seen in the BotDetect Captcha image styles demo

To use BotDetect Captcha images localized for the Canadian French Captcha Locale in your application, you can specify the Locale value:

  • In ASP.NET applications, you can use either the .aspx page source:
    <!-- Captcha control localized to Canadian French -->
    <BotDetect:Captcha ID="ExampleCaptcha" runat="server" Locale="fr-CA" />
    or the page code-behind:
    [C#]
        
    // Set the Captcha instance Locale to Canadian French    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "fr-CA";
    [VB.NET]
        
    ' Set the Captcha instance Locale to Canadian French    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "fr-CA"

    or Locale-dependent Captcha strings can be configured on application level in the <botDetect> Web.config configuration section:

    <botDetect locale="fr-CA" 
  • In Java applications, you can use either the application web.xml confr-CAguration fr-CAle sfr-CAting:
    <context-param>
      <param-name>BDC_locale</param-name>
      <param-value>fr-CA</param-value>
    </context-param>
    
    or the Captcha object instance-specifr-CAc value:
    exampleCaptcha.sfr-CALocale("fr-CA"); 
    
    or Stanfr-CArd / Facelfr-CAs JSF Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:jsfCaptcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="fr-CA"
    
    or JSP Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:captcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="fr-CA"
    
  • In ASP Classic applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the BotDetect\CaptchaConfig.asp file:
    ' Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    ' Classic ASP application to Canadian French
    BotDetect.Locale = "fr-CA"
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <%
      Dim ExampleCaptcha : Set ExampleCaptcha = (New Captcha)("ExampleCaptcha")
      ExampleCaptcha.UserInputID = "CaptchaCode"
      ' Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Canadian French
      ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "fr-CA"
      Response.Write ExampleCaptcha.Html
    %>
  • In PHP applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the lib/botdetect/CaptchaConfigDefaults.php file:
    // Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    // PHP application to Canadian French
    $BDC_CaptchaConfig->Locale = 'fr-CA';
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <?php 
      $ExampleCaptcha = new Captcha("ExampleCaptcha");
      $ExampleCaptcha->UserInputID = "CaptchaCode";
      // Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Canadian French
      $ExampleCaptcha->Locale = 'fr-CA';
      echo $ExampleCaptcha->Html(); 
    ?>

Canadian French Localized Audio CAPTCHA Sounds

Example audio Captcha sounds generated by BotDetect using the Canadian French Locale setting can be heard in the BotDetect Captcha features demo

To use BotDetect sounds localized for the Canadian French Captcha Locale, you should also download the Canadian French Pronunciation Sound Package and deploy the .bdsp file to the BotDetect sounds folder your application uses:

  • ASP.NET applications use Bin\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the <botDetect> configuration section.
  • Java applications use WEB-INF\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the web.xml configuration file setting.
  • ASP Classic applications use Redistribute\BotDetectSounds in the BotDetect installation folder by default. A custom folder can be specified in the BotDetect/CaptchaConfig.asp file.
  • PHP applications always use lib/botdetect/Resources/Sounds.

Canadian French Localized CAPTCHA Codes

The fr-CA Captcha locale uses the default Latin character set, consisting of 26 characters.

CodeStyle.Alpha Canadian French CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 ɑ A
0x0042 be B
0x0043 se C
0x0044 de D
0x0045 ə E
0x0046 ɛf F (not used)
0x0047 ʒe G (not used)
0x0048 H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004A ʒi J
0x004B ka K
0x004C ɛl L (not used)
0x004D ɛm M
0x004E ɛn N
0x004F o O
0x0050 pe P
0x0051 ky Q (not used)
0x0052 ɛʀ R
0x0053 ɛs S
0x0054 te T
0x0055 y U
0x0056 ve V
0x0057 dubləve W
0x0058 iks X
0x0059 igʀɛk Y
0x005A zɛd Z
CodeStyle.Numeric Canadian French CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0030 zero 0
0x0031 one 1
0x0032 two 2
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9
CodeStyle.Alphanumeric Canadian French CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 ɑ A
0x0042 be B
0x0043 se C
0x0044 de D
0x0045 ə E
0x0046 ɛf F (not used)
0x0047 ʒe G (not used)
0x0048 H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004A ʒi J
0x004B ka K
0x004C ɛl L (not used)
0x004D ɛm M
0x004E ɛn N
0x004F o O (not used)
0x0050 pe P
0x0051 ky Q (not used)
0x0052 ɛʀ R
0x0053 ɛs S
0x0054 te T
0x0055 y U
0x0056 ve V
0x0057 dubləve W
0x0058 iks X
0x0059 igʀɛk Y
0x005A zɛd Z (not used)
0x0030 zero 0 (not used)
0x0031 one 1 (not used)
0x0032 two 2 (not used)
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9

This page contains the details of German Captcha (Deutsch Captcha) locales fully supported by BotDetect, for which there are both localized Captcha images and audio Captcha sounds available.

Supported German CAPTCHA Locales

Locale Language Country Charset Downloads
de German Germany Latin German Audio Captcha Pronunciation Sound Package

German CAPTCHA

Captcha Locale overview:

Language Country BotDetect Locale settings
German Germany de, de-DE

Examples and specifications of individual Captcha feature localizations:

German Localized CAPTCHA Images

Example Captcha images generated by BotDetect using the base Latin character set for all Captcha ImageStyle values can be seen in the BotDetect Captcha image styles demo

To use BotDetect Captcha images localized for the German Captcha Locale in your application, you can specify the Locale value:

  • In ASP.NET applications, you can use either the .aspx page source:
    <!-- Captcha control localized to German -->
    <BotDetect:Captcha ID="ExampleCaptcha" runat="server" Locale="de" />
    or the page code-behind:
    [C#]
        
    // Set the Captcha instance Locale to German    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "de";
    [VB.NET]
        
    ' Set the Captcha instance Locale to German    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "de"

    or Locale-dependent Captcha strings can be configured on application level in the <botDetect> Web.config configuration section:

    <botDetect locale="de" 
  • In Java applications, you can use either the application web.xml condeguration dele sdeting:
    <context-param>
      <param-name>BDC_locale</param-name>
      <param-value>de</param-value>
    </context-param>
    
    or the Captcha object instance-specidec value:
    exampleCaptcha.sdeLocale("de"); 
    
    or Standerd / Faceldes JSF Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:jsfCaptcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="de"
    
    or JSP Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:captcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="de"
    
  • In ASP Classic applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the BotDetect\CaptchaConfig.asp file:
    ' Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    ' Classic ASP application to German
    BotDetect.Locale = "de"
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <%
      Dim ExampleCaptcha : Set ExampleCaptcha = (New Captcha)("ExampleCaptcha")
      ExampleCaptcha.UserInputID = "CaptchaCode"
      ' Set the Captcha object instance Locale to German
      ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "de"
      Response.Write ExampleCaptcha.Html
    %>
  • In PHP applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the lib/botdetect/CaptchaConfigDefaults.php file:
    // Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    // PHP application to German
    $BDC_CaptchaConfig->Locale = 'de';
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <?php 
      $ExampleCaptcha = new Captcha("ExampleCaptcha");
      $ExampleCaptcha->UserInputID = "CaptchaCode";
      // Set the Captcha object instance Locale to German
      $ExampleCaptcha->Locale = 'de';
      echo $ExampleCaptcha->Html(); 
    ?>

German Localized Audio CAPTCHA Sounds

Example audio Captcha sounds generated by BotDetect using the German Locale setting can be heard in the BotDetect Captcha features demo

To use BotDetect sounds localized for the German Captcha Locale, you should also download the German Pronunciation Sound Package and deploy the .bdsp file to the BotDetect sounds folder your application uses:

  • ASP.NET applications use Bin\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the <botDetect> configuration section.
  • Java applications use WEB-INF\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the web.xml configuration file setting.
  • ASP Classic applications use Redistribute\BotDetectSounds in the BotDetect installation folder by default. A custom folder can be specified in the BotDetect/CaptchaConfig.asp file.
  • PHP applications always use lib/botdetect/Resources/Sounds.

German Localized CAPTCHA Codes

The de-DE Captcha locale uses the default Latin character set, consisting of 26 characters.

CodeStyle.Alpha German CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 a A
0x0042 be B
0x0043 ce C
0x0044 de D
0x0045 e E
0x0046 ef F (not used)
0x0047 ge G (not used)
0x0048 ha H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004A jot J
0x004B ka K
0x004C el L (not used)
0x004D em M
0x004E en N
0x004F o O
0x0050 pe P
0x0051 ku Q (not used)
0x0052 er R
0x0053 es S
0x0054 te T
0x0055 u U
0x0056 vau V
0x0057 we W
0x0058 iks X
0x0059 üpsilon Y
0x005A zet Z
CodeStyle.Numeric German CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0030 zero 0
0x0031 one 1
0x0032 two 2
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9
CodeStyle.Alphanumeric German CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 a A
0x0042 be B
0x0043 ce C
0x0044 de D
0x0045 e E
0x0046 ef F (not used)
0x0047 ge G (not used)
0x0048 ha H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004A jot J
0x004B ka K
0x004C el L (not used)
0x004D em M
0x004E en N
0x004F o O (not used)
0x0050 pe P
0x0051 ku Q (not used)
0x0052 er R
0x0053 es S
0x0054 te T
0x0055 u U
0x0056 vau V
0x0057 we W
0x0058 iks X
0x0059 üpsilon Y
0x005A zet Z (not used)
0x0030 zero 0 (not used)
0x0031 one 1 (not used)
0x0032 two 2 (not used)
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9

This page contains the details of Greek Captcha (Ελληνικό Captcha) locales fully supported by BotDetect, for which there are both localized Captcha images and audio Captcha sounds available.

Supported Greek CAPTCHA Locales

Locale Language Country Charset Downloads
el Greek Greece Greek Greek Audio Captcha Pronunciation Sound Package

Greek CAPTCHA

Captcha Locale overview:

Language Country BotDetect Locale settings
Greek Greece el

Examples and specifications of individual Captcha feature localizations:

Greek Localized CAPTCHA Images

Example Captcha images generated by BotDetect using the base Latin character set for all Captcha ImageStyle values can be seen in the BotDetect Captcha image styles demo

To use BotDetect Captcha images localized for the Greek Captcha Locale in your application, you can specify the Locale value:

  • In ASP.NET applications, you can use either the .aspx page source:
    <!-- Captcha control localized to Greek -->
    <BotDetect:Captcha ID="ExampleCaptcha" runat="server" Locale="el" />
    or the page code-behind:
    [C#]
        
    // Set the Captcha instance Locale to Greek    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "el";
    [VB.NET]
        
    ' Set the Captcha instance Locale to Greek    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "el"

    or Locale-dependent Captcha strings can be configured on application level in the <botDetect> Web.config configuration section:

    <botDetect locale="el" 
  • In Java applications, you can use either the application web.xml configuration file setting:
    <context-param>
      <param-name>BDC_locale</param-name>
      <param-value>el</param-value>
    </context-param>
    
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    exampleCaptcha.setLocale("el"); 
    
    or Standard / Facelets JSF Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:jsfCaptcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="el"
    
    or JSP Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:captcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="el"
    
  • In ASP Classic applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the BotDetect\CaptchaConfig.asp file:
    ' Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    ' Classic ASP application to Greek
    BotDetect.Locale = "el"
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <%
      Dim ExampleCaptcha : Set ExampleCaptcha = (New Captcha)("ExampleCaptcha")
      ExampleCaptcha.UserInputID = "CaptchaCode"
      ' Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Greek
      ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "el"
      Response.Write ExampleCaptcha.Html
    %>
  • In PHP applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the lib/botdetect/CaptchaConfigDefaults.php file:
    // Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    // PHP application to Greek
    $BDC_CaptchaConfig->Locale = 'el';
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <?php 
      $ExampleCaptcha = new Captcha("ExampleCaptcha");
      $ExampleCaptcha->UserInputID = "CaptchaCode";
      // Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Greek
      $ExampleCaptcha->Locale = 'el';
      echo $ExampleCaptcha->Html(); 
    ?>

Greek Localized Audio CAPTCHA Sounds

Example audio Captcha sounds generated by BotDetect using the Greek Locale setting can be heard in the BotDetect Captcha features demo

To use BotDetect sounds localized for the Greek Captcha Locale, you should also download the Greek Pronunciation Sound Package and deploy the .bdsp file to the BotDetect sounds folder your application uses:

  • ASP.NET applications use Bin\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the <botDetect> configuration section.
  • Java applications use WEB-INF\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the web.xml configuration file setting.
  • ASP Classic applications use Redistribute\BotDetectSounds in the BotDetect installation folder by default. A custom folder can be specified in the BotDetect/CaptchaConfig.asp file.
  • PHP applications always use lib/botdetect/Resources/Sounds.

Greek Localized CAPTCHA Codes

The el Captcha locale uses the default Latin character set, consisting of 26 characters.

Unicode Captcha Codes and Font Requirements

This table on the left uses the actual Unicode characters drawn in localized Captcha images.

Displaying these characters in your browser requires having fonts which support them installed on the client machine.

In ASP.NET and ASP Classic versions of BotDetect, generating localized Captcha images using these characters also requires supporting fonts on your server.

If viewing these characters in your browser or generating them in Captcha images on your server fails, you can enable the required localization support for on both client and server machines using Control Panel:

Windows 2000, XP, 2003 Server: Regional and Language Options → Languages → Supplemental language support.

Windows Vista, 7, 2008 Server: Region and Language → Keyboards and Languages → Install/uninstall languages.

CodeStyle.Alpha Greek CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x03B1 alpha α
0x03B2 beta β
0x03B3 gamma γ
0x03B4 delta δ
0x03B5 epsilon ε
0x03B6 zeta ζ
0x03B7 eta η
0x03B8 theta θ
0x03B9 iota ι (not used)
0x03BA kappa κ
0x03BB lambda λ
0x03BC mu μ
0x03BD nu ν
0x03BE xi ξ
0x03BF omicron ο
0x03C1 pi π
0x03C2 rho ρ
0x03C3 sigma σ
0x03C4 tau τ
0x03C5 upsilon υ
0x03C6 phi φ
0x03C7 chi χ
0x03C8 psi ψ
0x03C9 omega ω
CodeStyle.Numeric Greek CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0030 mhden 0
0x0031 ena 1
0x0032 dio 2
0x0033 tria 3
0x0034 tessera 4
0x0035 pente 5
0x0036 eksi 6
0x0037 efta 7 (not used)
0x0038 okto 8
0x0039 enia 9
CodeStyle.Alphanumeric Greek CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x03B1 alpha α
0x03B2 beta β
0x03B3 gamma γ
0x03B4 delta δ
0x03B5 epsilon ε
0x03B6 zeta ζ
0x03B7 eta η
0x03B8 theta θ
0x03B9 iota ι (not used)
0x03BA kappa κ
0x03BB lambda λ
0x03BC mu μ
0x03BD nu ν
0x03BE xi ξ
0x03BF omicron ο
0x03C1 pi π
0x03C2 rho ρ
0x03C3 sigma σ
0x03C4 tau τ
0x03C5 upsilon υ
0x03C6 phi φ
0x03C7 chi χ
0x03C8 psi ψ
0x03C9 omega ω
0x0030 mhden 0
0x0031 ena 1
0x0032 dio 2
0x0033 tria 3
0x0034 tessera 4
0x0035 pente 5
0x0036 eksi 6
0x0037 efta 7 (not used)
0x0038 okto 8
0x0039 enia 9

Greek Latin CAPTCHA

Captcha Locale overview:

Language Country BotDetect Locale settings
Greek Latin Greece el-Latn

Examples and specifications of individual Captcha feature localizations:

Greek Localized CAPTCHA Images

Example Captcha images generated by BotDetect using the base Latin character set for all Captcha ImageStyle values can be seen in the BotDetect Captcha image styles demo

To use BotDetect Captcha images localized for the Greek Captcha Locale in your application, you can specify the Locale value:

  • In ASP.NET applications, you can use either the .aspx page source:
    <!-- Captcha control localized to Greek Latin-->
    <BotDetect:Captcha ID="ExampleCaptcha" runat="server" Locale="el-Latn" />
    or the page code-behind:
    [C#]
        
    // Set the Captcha instance Locale to Greek Latin    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "el-Latn";
    [VB.NET]
        
    ' Set the Captcha instance Locale to Greek Latin    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "el-Latn"

    or Locale-dependent Captcha strings can be configured on application level in the <botDetect> Web.config configuration section:

    <botDetect locale="el-Latn" 
  • In Java applications, you can use either the application web.xml configuration file setting:
    <context-param>
      <param-name>BDC_locale</param-name>
      <param-value>el-Latn</param-value>
    </context-param>
    
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    exampleCaptcha.setLocale("el-Latn"); 
    
    or Standard / Facelets JSF Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:jsfCaptcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="el-Latn"
    
    or JSP Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:captcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="el-Latn"
    
  • In ASP Classic applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the BotDetect\CaptchaConfig.asp file:
    ' Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    ' Classic ASP application to Greek Latin
    BotDetect.Locale = "el-Latn"
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <%
      Dim ExampleCaptcha : Set ExampleCaptcha = (New Captcha)("ExampleCaptcha")
      ExampleCaptcha.UserInputID = "CaptchaCode"
      ' Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Greek Latin
      ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "el-Latn"
      Response.Write ExampleCaptcha.Html
    %>
  • In PHP applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the lib/botdetect/CaptchaConfigDefaults.php file:
    // Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    // PHP application to Greek Latin
    $BDC_CaptchaConfig->Locale = 'el-Latn';
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <?php 
      $ExampleCaptcha = new Captcha("ExampleCaptcha");
      $ExampleCaptcha->UserInputID = "CaptchaCode";
      // Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Greek Latin
      $ExampleCaptcha->Locale = 'el-Latn';
      echo $ExampleCaptcha->Html(); 
    ?>

Greek Localized Audio CAPTCHA Sounds

Example audio Captcha sounds generated by BotDetect using the Greek Locale setting can be heard in the BotDetect Captcha features demo

To use BotDetect sounds localized for the Greek Captcha Locale, you should also download the Greek Pronunciation Sound Package and deploy the .bdsp file to the BotDetect sounds folder your application uses:

  • ASP.NET applications use Bin\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the <botDetect> configuration section.
  • Java applications use WEB-INF\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the web.xml configuration file setting.
  • ASP Classic applications use Redistribute\BotDetectSounds in the BotDetect installation folder by default. A custom folder can be specified in the BotDetect/CaptchaConfig.asp file.
  • PHP applications always use lib/botdetect/Resources/Sounds.

Greek Localized CAPTCHA Codes

The el-Latn Captcha locale uses the default Latin character set, consisting of 26 characters.

CodeStyle.Alpha Greek Latin CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 a A
0x0042 be B
0x0043 ce C
0x0044 de D
0x0045 e E
0x0046 ef F (not used)
0x0047 ge G (not used)
0x0048 ha H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004A jot J
0x004B ka K
0x004C el L (not used)
0x004D em M
0x004E en N
0x004F o O
0x0050 pe P
0x0051 ku Q (not used)
0x0052 er R
0x0053 es S
0x0054 te T
0x0055 u U
0x0056 vau V
0x0057 we W
0x0058 iks X
0x0059 üpsilon Y
0x005A zet Z
CodeStyle.Numeric Greek Latin CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0030 zero 0
0x0031 one 1
0x0032 two 2
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9
CodeStyle.Alphanumeric Greek Latin CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 a A
0x0042 be B
0x0043 ce C
0x0044 de D
0x0045 e E
0x0046 ef F (not used)
0x0047 ge G (not used)
0x0048 ha H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004A jot J
0x004B ka K
0x004C el L (not used)
0x004D em M
0x004E en N
0x004F o O (not used)
0x0050 pe P
0x0051 ku Q (not used)
0x0052 er R
0x0053 es S
0x0054 te T
0x0055 u U
0x0056 vau V
0x0057 we W
0x0058 iks X
0x0059 üpsilon Y
0x005A zet Z (not used)
0x0030 zero 0 (not used)
0x0031 one 1 (not used)
0x0032 two 2 (not used)
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9

This page contains the details of Hebrew Captcha locales fully supported by BotDetect, for which there are both localized Captcha images and audio Captcha sounds available.

Supported Hebrew CAPTCHA Locales

Locale Language Country Charset Downloads
he Hebrew Israel Hebrew Hebrew Audio Captcha Pronunciation Sound Package

Hebrew CAPTCHA

Captcha Locale overview:

Language Country BotDetect Locale settings
Hebrew Israel he, he-IL

Examples and specifications of individual Captcha feature localizations:

Hebrew Localized CAPTCHA Images

Example Captcha images generated by BotDetect using the base Hebrew character set for all Captcha ImageStyle values can be seen in the BotDetect Captcha image styles demo

To use BotDetect Captcha images localized for the Hebrew Captcha Locale in your application, you can specify the Locale value:

  • In ASP.NET applications, you can use either the .aspx page source:
    <!-- Captcha control localized to Hebrew -->
    <BotDetect:Captcha ID="ExampleCaptcha" runat="server" Locale="he" />
    or the page code-behind:
    [C#]
        
    // Set the Captcha instance Locale to Hebrew    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "he";
    [VB.NET]
        
    ' Set the Captcha instance Locale to Hebrew    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "he"

    or Locale-dependent Captcha strings can be configured on application level in the <botDetect> Web.config configuration section:

    <botDetect locale="he" 

    Since Hebrew text is drawn right-to-left, you should also set the appropriate text direction on the textbox element used for Captcha code retyping:

    <asp:TextBox ID="CaptchaCodeTextBox" runat="server" dir="rtl"></asp:TextBox>
  • In Java applications, you can use either the application web.xml configuration file setting:
    <context-param>
      <param-name>BDC_locale</param-name>
      <param-value>he</param-value>
    </context-param>
    
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    exampleCaptcha.setLocale("he"); 
    
    or Standard / Facelets JSF Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:jsfCaptcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="he"
    
    or JSP Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:captcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="he"
    

    Since Hebrew text is drawn right-to-left, you should also set the appropriate text direction on the textbox element used for Captcha code retyping:

    <input name="captchaCode" type="text" id="captchaCode" dir="rtl" />
  • In ASP Classic applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the BotDetect\CaptchaConfig.asp file:
    ' Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    ' Classic ASP application to Hebrew
    BotDetect.Locale = "he"
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <%
      Dim ExampleCaptcha : Set ExampleCaptcha = (New Captcha)("ExampleCaptcha")
      ExampleCaptcha.UserInputID = "CaptchaCode"
      ' Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Hebrew
      ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "he"
      Response.Write ExampleCaptcha.Html
    %>

    Since Hebrew text is drawn right-to-left, you should also set the appropriate text direction on the textbox element used for Captcha code retyping:

    <input name="CaptchaCode" type="text" id="CaptchaCode" dir="rtl" />
  • In PHP applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the lib/botdetect/CaptchaConfigDefaults.php file:
    // Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    // PHP application to Hebrew
    $BDC_CaptchaConfig->Locale = 'he';
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <?php 
      $ExampleCaptcha = new Captcha("ExampleCaptcha");
      $ExampleCaptcha->UserInputID = "CaptchaCode";
      // Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Hebrew
      $ExampleCaptcha->Locale = 'he';
      echo $ExampleCaptcha->Html(); 
    ?>

    Since Hebrew text is drawn right-to-left, you should also set the appropriate text direction on the textbox element used for Captcha code retyping:

    <input name="CaptchaCode" type="text" id="CaptchaCode" dir="rtl" />

Hebrew Localized Audio CAPTCHA Sounds

Example audio Captcha sounds generated by BotDetect using the Hebrew Locale setting can be heard in the BotDetect Captcha features demo

To use BotDetect sounds localized for the Hebrew Captcha Locale, you should also download the Hebrew Pronunciation Sound Package and deploy the .bdsp file to the BotDetect sounds folder your application uses:

  • ASP.NET applications use Bin\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the <botDetect> configuration section.
  • Java applications use WEB-INF\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the web.xml configuration file setting.
  • ASP Classic applications use Redistribute\BotDetectSounds in the BotDetect installation folder by default. A custom folder can be specified in the BotDetect/CaptchaConfig.asp file.
  • PHP applications always use lib/botdetect/Resources/Sounds.

Hebrew Localized CAPTCHA Codes

The he-IL Captcha locale uses the default Hebrew character set, consisting of 21 characters.

Unicode Captcha Codes and Font Requirements

This table on the left uses the actual Unicode characters drawn in localized Captcha images.

Displaying these characters in your browser requires having fonts which support them installed on the client machine.

In ASP.NET and ASP Classic versions of BotDetect, generating localized Captcha images using these characters also requires supporting fonts on your server.

If viewing these characters in your browser or generating them in Captcha images on your server fails, you can enable the required localization support for on both client and server machines using Control Panel:

Windows 2000, XP, 2003 Server: Regional and Language Options → Languages → Supplemental language support.

Windows Vista, 7, 2008 Server: Region and Language → Keyboards and Languages → Install/uninstall languages.

CodeStyle.Alpha Hebrew CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x05D0 alef א
0x05D1 bet ב
0x05D2 gimel ג
0x05D3 dalet ד
0x05D4 he ה
0x05D5 vav ו (not used)
0x05D6 zayin ז
0x05D7 het ח
0x05D8 tet ט
0x05DB kaf כ
0x05DC lamed ל
0x05DE mem מ
0x05E0 nun נ
0x05E1 samekh ס
0x05E2 ayin ע
0x05E4 pe פ
0x05E6 tsadi צ
0x05E7 qof ק
0x05E8 resh ר
0x05E9 shin ש
0x05EA tav ת
CodeStyle.Numeric Hebrew CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0030 zero 0
0x0031 one 1
0x0032 two 2
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9
CodeStyle.Alphanumeric Hebrew CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x05D0 alef א
0x05D1 bet ב
0x05D2 gimel ג
0x05D3 dalet ד
0x05D4 he ה
0x05D5 vav ו (not used)
0x05D6 zayin ז
0x05D7 het ח
0x05D8 tet ט
0x05DB kaf כ
0x05DC lamed ל
0x05DE mem מ
0x05E0 nun נ
0x05E1 samekh ס
0x05E2 ayin ע
0x05E4 pe פ
0x05E6 tsadi צ
0x05E7 qof ק
0x05E8 resh ר
0x05E9 shin ש
0x05EA tav ת
0x0030 zero 0
0x0031 one 1(not used)
0x0032 two 2
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9

This page contains the details of Hungarian Captcha (magyar captcha) locales fully supported by BotDetect, for which there are both localized Captcha images and audio Captcha sounds available.

Supported Hungarian CAPTCHA Locales

Locale Language Country Charset Downloads
hu Hungarian Hungary Latin Hungarian Audio Captcha Pronunciation Sound Package

Hungarian CAPTCHA

Captcha Locale overview:

Language Country BotDetect Locale settings
Hungarian Hungary hu, hu-HU

Examples and specifications of individual Captcha feature localizations:

Hungarian Localized CAPTCHA Images

Example Captcha images generated by BotDetect using the base Latin character set for all Captcha ImageStyle values can be seen in the BotDetect Captcha image styles demo

To use BotDetect Captcha images localized for the Hungarian Captcha Locale in your application, you can specify the Locale value:

  • In ASP.NET applications, you can use either the .aspx page source:
    <!-- Captcha control localized to Hungarian -->
    <BotDetect:Captcha ID="ExampleCaptcha" runat="server" Locale="hu" />
    or the page code-behind:
    [C#]
        
    // Set the Captcha instance Locale to Hungarian    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "hu";
    [VB.NET]
        
    ' Set the Captcha instance Locale to Hungarian    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "hu"

    or Locale-dependent Captcha strings can be configured on application level in the <botDetect> Web.config configuration section:

    <botDetect locale="hu" 
  • In Java applications, you can use either the application web.xml configuration file setting:
    <context-param>
      <param-name>BDC_locale</param-name>
      <param-value>hu</param-value>
    </context-param>
    
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    exampleCaptcha.setLocale("hu"); 
    
    or Standard / Facelets JSF Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:jsfCaptcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="hu"
    
    or JSP Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:captcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="hu"
    
  • In ASP Classic applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the BotDetect\CaptchaConfig.asp file:
    ' Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    ' Classic ASP application to Hungarian
    BotDetect.Locale = "hu"
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <%
      Dim ExampleCaptcha : Set ExampleCaptcha = (New Captcha)("ExampleCaptcha")
      ExampleCaptcha.UserInputID = "CaptchaCode"
      ' Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Hungarian
      ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "hu"
      Response.Write ExampleCaptcha.Html
    %>
  • In PHP applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the lib/botdetect/CaptchaConfigDefaults.php file:
    // Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    // PHP application to Hungarian
    $BDC_CaptchaConfig->Locale = 'hu';
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <?php 
      $ExampleCaptcha = new Captcha("ExampleCaptcha");
      $ExampleCaptcha->UserInputID = "CaptchaCode";
      // Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Hungarian
      $ExampleCaptcha->Locale = 'hu';
      echo $ExampleCaptcha->Html(); 
    ?>

Hungarian Localized Audio CAPTCHA Sounds

Example audio Captcha sounds generated by BotDetect using the Hungarian Locale setting can be heard in the BotDetect Captcha features demo

To use BotDetect sounds localized for the Hungarian Captcha Locale, you should also download the Hungarian Pronunciation Sound Package and deploy the .bdsp file to the BotDetect sounds folder your application uses:

  • ASP.NET applications use Bin\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the <botDetect> configuration section.
  • Java applications use WEB-INF\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the web.xml configuration file setting.
  • ASP Classic applications use Redistribute\BotDetectSounds in the BotDetect installation folder by default. A custom folder can be specified in the BotDetect/CaptchaConfig.asp file.
  • PHP applications always use lib/botdetect/Resources/Sounds.

Hungarian Localized CAPTCHA Codes

The hu-HU Captcha locale uses a modified version of the Latin character set, without Q, W, X and Y.

CodeStyle.Alpha Hungarian CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 a A
0x0042 be B
0x0043 ce C
0x0044 de D
0x0045 e E
0x0046 ef F (not used)
0x0047 ge G (not used)
0x0048 ha H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004A jot J
0x004B ka K
0x004C el L (not used)
0x004D em M
0x004E en N
0x004F o O
0x0050 pe P
0x0052 er R
0x0053 es S
0x0054 te T
0x0055 u U
0x0056 vau V
0x005A zet Z
CodeStyle.Numeric Hungarian CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0030 zero 0
0x0031 one 1
0x0032 two 2
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9
CodeStyle.Alphanumeric Hungarian CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 a A
0x0042 be B
0x0043 ce C
0x0044 de D
0x0045 e E
0x0046 ef F (not used)
0x0047 ge G (not used)
0x0048 ha H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004A jot J
0x004B ka K
0x004C el L (not used)
0x004D em M
0x004E en N
0x004F o O (not used)
0x0050 pe P
0x0052 er R
0x0053 es S
0x0054 te T
0x0055 u U
0x0056 vau V
0x005A zet Z (not used)
0x0030 zero 0 (not used)
0x0031 one 1 (not used)
0x0032 two 2 (not used)
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9

This page contains the details of Icelandic Captcha (Íslenska Captcha) locales fully supported by BotDetect, for which there are both localized Captcha images and audio Captcha sounds available.

Supported Icelandic CAPTCHA Locales

Locale Language Country Charset Downloads
is Icelandic Iceland Latin Icelandic Audio CAPTCHA Pronunciation Sound Package

Icelandic CAPTCHA

Captcha Locale overview:

Language Country BotDetect Locale settings
Icelandic Denmark is

Examples and specifications of individual Captcha feature localizations:

Icelandic Localized CAPTCHA Images

Example Captcha images generated by BotDetect using the base Latin character set for all Captcha ImageStyle values can be seen in the BotDetect Captcha image styles demo

To use BotDetect Captcha images localized for the Icelandic Captcha Locale in your application, you can specify the Locale value:

  • In ASP.NET applications, you can use either the .aspx page source:
    <!-- Captcha control localized to Icelandic -->
    <BotDetect:Captcha ID="ExampleCaptcha" runat="server" Locale="is" />
    or the page code-behind:
    [C#]
        
    // Set the Captcha instance Locale to Icelandic    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "is";
    [VB.NET]
        
    ' Set the Captcha instance Locale to Icelandic    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "is"

    or Locale-dependent Captcha strings can be configured on application level in the <botDetect> Web.config configuration section:

    <botDetect locale="is" 
  • In Java applications, you can use either the application web.xml configuration file setting:
    <context-param>
      <param-name>BDC_locale</param-name>
      <param-value>is</param-value>
    </context-param>
    
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    exampleCaptcha.setLocale("is"); 
    
    or Standard / Facelets JSF Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:jsfCaptcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="is"
    
    or JSP Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:captcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="is"
    
  • In ASP Classic applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the BotDetect\CaptchaConfig.asp file:
    ' Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    ' Classic ASP application to Icelandic
    BotDetect.Locale = "is"
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <%
      Dim ExampleCaptcha : Set ExampleCaptcha = (New Captcha)("ExampleCaptcha")
      ExampleCaptcha.UserInputID = "CaptchaCode"
      ' Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Icelandic
      ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "is"
      Response.Write ExampleCaptcha.Html
    %>
  • In PHP applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the lib/botdetect/CaptchaConfigDefaults.php file:
    // Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    // PHP application to Icelandic
    $BDC_CaptchaConfig->Locale = 'is';
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <?php 
      $ExampleCaptcha = new Captcha("ExampleCaptcha");
      $ExampleCaptcha->UserInputID = "CaptchaCode";
      // Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Icelandic
      $ExampleCaptcha->Locale = 'is';
      echo $ExampleCaptcha->Html(); 
    ?>

Icelandic Localized audio CAPTCHA Sounds

Example audio Captcha sounds generated by BotDetect using the Icelandic Locale setting can be heard in the BotDetect Captcha features demo

To use BotDetect sounds localized for the Icelandic Captcha Locale, you should also download the Icelandic Pronunciation Sound Package and deploy the .bdsp file to the BotDetect sounds folder your application uses:

  • ASP.NET applications use Bin\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the <botDetect> configuration section.
  • Java applications use WEB-INF\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the web.xml configuration file setting.
  • ASP Classic applications use Redistribute\BotDetectSounds in the BotDetect installation folder by default. A custom folder can be specified in the BotDetect/CaptchaConfig.asp file.
  • PHP applications always use lib/botdetect/Resources/Sounds.

Icelandic Localized CAPTCHA Codes

The is Captcha locale uses a modified version of the Latin character set without the C, Q, W, X, Z characters, for a total of 21 alpha characters.

CodeStyle.Alpha Icelandic CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 a A
0x0042 B
0x0044 D
0x0045 e E
0x0046 eff F (not used)
0x0047 ge G (not used)
0x0048 H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004A joð J
0x004B K
0x004C ell L (not used)
0x004D emm M
0x004E enn N
0x004F o O
0x0050 P
0x0052 err R
0x0053 ess S
0x0054 T
0x0055 u U
0x0056 vaff V
0x0059 ufsilon y Y
CodeStyle.Numeric Icelandic CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0030 zero 0
0x0031 one 1
0x0032 two 2
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9
CodeStyle.Alphanumeric Icelandic CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 a A
0x0042 B
0x0044 D
0x0045 e E
0x0046 eff F (not used)
0x0047 ge G (not used)
0x0048 H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004A joð J
0x004B K
0x004C ell L (not used)
0x004D emm M
0x004E enn N
0x004F o O (not used)
0x0050 P
0x0052 err R
0x0053 ess S
0x0054 T
0x0055 u U
0x0056 vaff V
0x0059 ufsilon y Y
0x0030 zero 0 (not used)
0x0031 one 1 (not used)
0x0032 two 2 (not used)
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9

This page contains the details of Indian Captcha locales fully supported by BotDetect, for which there are both localized Captcha images and audio Captcha sounds available.

Supported Indian CAPTCHA Locales

Locale Language Country Charset Downloads
hi Hindi India Devanagari Hindi Audio Captcha Pronunciation Sound Package

Hindi CAPTCHA

Captcha Locale overview:

Language Country BotDetect Locale settings
Hindi India hi, hi-IN

Examples and specifications of individual Captcha feature localizations:

Hindi Localized CAPTCHA Images

Example Captcha images generated by BotDetect using the base Devanagari character set for all Captcha ImageStyle values can be seen in the BotDetect Captcha image styles demo

To use BotDetect Captcha images localized for the Hindi Captcha Locale in your application, you can specify the Locale value:

  • In ASP.NET applications, you can use either the .aspx page source:
    <!-- Captcha control localized to Hindi -->
    <BotDetect:Captcha ID="ExampleCaptcha" runat="server" Locale="hi" />
    or the page code-behind:
    [C#]
        
    // Set the Captcha instance Locale to Hindi    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "hi";
    [VB.NET]
        
    ' Set the Captcha instance Locale to Hindi    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "hi"

    or Locale-dependent Captcha strings can be configured on application level in the <botDetect> Web.config configuration section:

    <botDetect locale="hi" 
  • In Java applications, you can use either the application web.xml configuration file setting:
    <context-param>
      <param-name>BDC_locale</param-name>
      <param-value>hi</param-value>
    </context-param>
    
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    exampleCaptcha.setLocale("hi"); 
    
    or Standard / Facelets JSF Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:jsfCaptcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="hi"
    
    or JSP Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:captcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="hi"
    
  • In ASP Classic applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the BotDetect\CaptchaConfig.asp file:
    ' Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    ' Classic ASP application to Hindi
    BotDetect.Locale = "hi"
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <%
      Dim ExampleCaptcha : Set ExampleCaptcha = (New Captcha)("ExampleCaptcha")
      ExampleCaptcha.UserInputID = "CaptchaCode"
      ' Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Hindi
      ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "hi"
      Response.Write ExampleCaptcha.Html
    %>
  • In PHP applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the lib/botdetect/CaptchaConfigDefaults.php file:
    // Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    // PHP application to Hindi
    $BDC_CaptchaConfig->Locale = 'hi';
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <?php 
      $ExampleCaptcha = new Captcha("ExampleCaptcha");
      $ExampleCaptcha->UserInputID = "CaptchaCode";
      // Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Hindi
      $ExampleCaptcha->Locale = 'hi';
      echo $ExampleCaptcha->Html(); 
    ?>

Hindi Localized Audio CAPTCHA Sounds

Example audio Captcha sounds generated by BotDetect using the Hindi Locale setting can be heard in the BotDetect Captcha features demo

To use BotDetect sounds localized for the Hindi Captcha Locale, you should also download the Hindi Pronunciation Sound Package and deploy the .bdsp file to the BotDetect sounds folder your application uses:

  • ASP.NET applications use Bin\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the <botDetect> configuration section.
  • Java applications use WEB-INF\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the web.xml configuration file setting.
  • ASP Classic applications use Redistribute\BotDetectSounds in the BotDetect installation folder by default. A custom folder can be specified in the BotDetect/CaptchaConfig.asp file.
  • PHP applications always use lib/botdetect/Resources/Sounds.

Hindi Localized CAPTCHA Codes

The hi-IN Captcha locale uses the default Devanagari character set, consisting of 40 selected Devanagari characters.

Unicode Captcha Codes and Font Requirements

This table on the left uses the actual Unicode characters drawn in localized Captcha images.

Displaying these characters in your browser requires having fonts which support them installed on the client machine.

In ASP.NET and ASP Classic versions of BotDetect, generating localized Captcha images using these characters also requires supporting fonts on your server.

If viewing these characters in your browser or generating them in Captcha images on your server fails, you can enable the required localization support for on both client and server machines using Control Panel:

Windows 2000, XP, 2003 Server: Regional and Language Options → Languages → Supplemental language support.

Windows Vista, 7, 2008 Server: Region and Language → Keyboards and Languages → Install/uninstall languages.

CodeStyle.Alpha Hindi CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0905 a
0x0906 aa
0x0907 i
0x0909 u
0x090B vocalic r
0x090C vocalic l
0x090F e
0x0913 o
0x0914 au
0x0915 ka
0x0916 kha
0x0917 ga
0x0918 gha
0x0919 nga
0x091A ca
0x091B cha
0x091C ja
0x091D jha
0x091E nya
0x091F tta
0x0920 ttha
0x0921 dda
0x0922 ddha
0x0923 nna
0x0924 ta
0x0925 tha
0x0926 da
0x0927 dha
0x0928 na
0x0929 nnna
0x092A pa
0x092B pha
0x092C ba
0x092D bha
0x092E ma
0x092F ya
0x0930 ra
0x0931 rra
0x0932 la
0x0933 lla
CodeStyle.Numeric Hindi CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0030 zero 0
0x0031 one 1
0x0032 two 2
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9
CodeStyle.Alphanumeric Hindi CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0905 a
0x0906 aa
0x0907 i
0x0909 u
0x090B vocalic r
0x090C vocalic l
0x090F e
0x0913 o
0x0914 au
0x0915 ka
0x0916 kha
0x0917 ga
0x0918 gha
0x0919 nga
0x091A ca
0x091B cha
0x091C ja
0x091D jha
0x091E nya
0x091F tta
0x0920 ttha
0x0921 dda
0x0922 ddha
0x0923 nna
0x0924 ta
0x0925 tha
0x0926 da
0x0927 dha
0x0928 na
0x0929 nnna
0x092A pa
0x092B pha
0x092C ba
0x092D bha
0x092E ma
0x092F ya
0x0930 ra
0x0931 rra
0x0932 la
0x0933 lla
0x0030 zero 0
0x0031 one 1
0x0032 two 2
0x0033 three 3(not used)
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9

This page contains the details of Italian Captcha (captcha Italiana) locales fully supported by BotDetect, for which there are both localized Captcha images and audio Captcha sounds available.

Supported Italian CAPTCHA Locales

Locale Language Country Charset Downloads
it Italian Italy Latin Italian Audio Captcha Pronunciation Sound Package

Italian CAPTCHA

Captcha Locale overview:

Language Country BotDetect Locale settings
Italian Italy it, it-IT

Examples and specifications of individual Captcha feature localizations:

Italian Localized CAPTCHA Images

Example Captcha images generated by BotDetect using the base Latin character set for all Captcha ImageStyle values can be seen in the BotDetect Captcha image styles demo

To use BotDetect Captcha images localized for the Italian Captcha Locale in your application, you can specify the Locale value:

  • In ASP.NET applications, you can use either the .aspx page source:
    <!-- Captcha control localized to Italian -->
    <BotDetect:Captcha ID="ExampleCaptcha" runat="server" Locale="it" />
    or the page code-behind:
    [C#]
        
    // Set the Captcha instance Locale to Italian    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "it";
    [VB.NET]
        
    ' Set the Captcha instance Locale to Italian    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "it"

    or Locale-dependent Captcha strings can be configured on application level in the <botDetect> Web.config configuration section:

    <botDetect locale="it" 
  • In Java applications, you can use either the application web.xml configuration file setting:
    <context-param>
      <param-name>BDC_locale</param-name>
      <param-value>it</param-value>
    </context-param>
    
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    exampleCaptcha.setLocale("it"); 
    
    or Standard / Facelets JSF Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:jsfCaptcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="it"
    
    or JSP Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:captcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="it"
    
  • In ASP Classic applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the BotDetect\CaptchaConfig.asp file:
    ' Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    ' Classic ASP application to Italian
    BotDetect.Locale = "it"
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <%
      Dim ExampleCaptcha : Set ExampleCaptcha = (New Captcha)("ExampleCaptcha")
      ExampleCaptcha.UserInputID = "CaptchaCode"
      ' Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Italian
      ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "it"
      Response.Write ExampleCaptcha.Html
    %>
  • In PHP applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the lib/botdetect/CaptchaConfigDefaults.php file:
    // Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    // PHP application to Italian
    $BDC_CaptchaConfig->Locale = 'it';
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <?php 
      $ExampleCaptcha = new Captcha("ExampleCaptcha");
      $ExampleCaptcha->UserInputID = "CaptchaCode";
      // Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Italian
      $ExampleCaptcha->Locale = 'it';
      echo $ExampleCaptcha->Html(); 
    ?>

Italian Localized Audio CAPTCHA Sounds

Example audio Captcha sounds generated by BotDetect using the Italian Locale setting can be heard in the BotDetect Captcha features demo

To use BotDetect sounds localized for the Italian Captcha Locale, you should also download the Italian Pronunciation Sound Package and deploy the .bdsp file to the BotDetect sounds folder your application uses:

  • ASP.NET applications use Bin\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the <botDetect> configuration section.
  • Java applications use WEB-INF\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the web.xml configuration file setting.
  • ASP Classic applications use Redistribute\BotDetectSounds in the BotDetect installation folder by default. A custom folder can be specified in the BotDetect/CaptchaConfig.asp file.
  • PHP applications always use lib/botdetect/Resources/Sounds.

Italian Localized CAPTCHA Codes

The it-IT Captcha locale uses a modified version of the Latin character set without the J,K,W,X,Y characters, for a total of 21 alpha characters.

CodeStyle.Alpha Italian CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 a A
0x0042 bi B
0x0043 ci C
0x0044 di D
0x0045 e E
0x0046 effe F (not used)
0x0047 gi G (not used)
0x0048 acca H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004C elle L (not used)
0x004D emme M
0x004E enne N
0x004F o O
0x0050 pi P
0x0051 cu Q (not used)
0x0052 erre R
0x0053 esse S
0x0054 ti T
0x0055 u U
0x0056 vi V
0x005A zeta Z
CodeStyle.Numeric Italian CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0030 zero 0
0x0031 one 1
0x0032 two 2
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9
CodeStyle.Alphanumeric Italian CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 a A
0x0042 bi B
0x0043 ci C
0x0044 di D
0x0045 e E
0x0046 effe F (not used)
0x0047 gi G (not used)
0x0048 acca H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004C elle L (not used)
0x004D emme M
0x004E enne N
0x004F o O (not used)
0x0050 pi P
0x0051 cu Q (not used)
0x0052 erre R
0x0053 esse S
0x0054 ti T
0x0055 u U
0x0056 vi V
0x005A zeta Z (not used)
0x0030 zero 0 (not used)
0x0031 one 1 (not used)
0x0032 two 2 (not used)
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9

This page contains the details of Japanese Captcha locales fully supported by BotDetect, for which there are both localized Captcha images and audio Captcha sounds available.

Supported Japanese CAPTCHA Locales

Locale Language Country Charset Downloads
ja-Hira
ja-Kana
Japanese Japan Hiragana, Katakana Japanese Audio Captcha Pronunciation Sound Package

Japanese Katakana CAPTCHA

Captcha Locale overview:

Language Country BotDetect Locale settings
Japanese Katakana Japan ja, ja-Kana

Examples and specifications of individual Captcha feature localizations:

Japanese Katakana Localized CAPTCHA Images

Example Captcha images generated by BotDetect using the base Katakana character set for all Captcha ImageStyle values can be seen in the BotDetect Captcha image styles demo

To use BotDetect Captcha images localized for the Japanese Katakana Captcha Locale in your application, you can specify the Locale value:

  • In ASP.NET applications, you can use either the .aspx page source:
    <!-- Captcha control localized to Japanese Katakana -->
    <BotDetect:Captcha ID="ExampleCaptcha" runat="server" Locale="ja-Kana" />
    or the page code-behind:
    [C#]
        
    // Set the Captcha instance Locale to Japanese Katakana    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "ja-Kana";
    [VB.NET]
        
    ' Set the Captcha instance Locale to Japanese Katakana    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "ja-Kana"

    or Locale-dependent Captcha strings can be configured on application level in the <botDetect> Web.config configuration section:

    <botDetect locale="ja-Kana" 
  • In Java applications, you can use either the application web.xml configuration file setting:
    <context-param>
      <param-name>BDC_locale</param-name>
      <param-value>jp-Kana</param-value>
    </context-param>
    
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    exampleCaptcha.setLocale("jp-Kana"); 
    
    or Standard / Facelets JSF Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:jsfCaptcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="jp-Kana"
    
    or JSP Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:captcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="jp-Kana"
    
  • In ASP Classic applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the BotDetect\CaptchaConfig.asp file:
    ' Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    ' Classic ASP application to Japanese Katakana
    BotDetect.Locale = "ja-Kana"
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <%
      Dim ExampleCaptcha : Set ExampleCaptcha = (New Captcha)("ExampleCaptcha")
      ExampleCaptcha.UserInputID = "CaptchaCode"
      ' Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Japanese Katakana
      ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "ja-Kana"
      Response.Write ExampleCaptcha.Html
    %>
  • In PHP applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the lib/botdetect/CaptchaConfigDefaults.php file:
    // Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    // PHP application to Japanese Katakana
    $BDC_CaptchaConfig->Locale = 'jp-Kana';
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <?php 
      $ExampleCaptcha = new Captcha("ExampleCaptcha");
      $ExampleCaptcha->UserInputID = "CaptchaCode";
      // Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Japanese Katakana
      $ExampleCaptcha->Locale = 'jp-Kana';
      echo $ExampleCaptcha->Html(); 
    ?>

Japanese Katakana Localized Audio CAPTCHA Sounds

Example audio Captcha sounds generated by BotDetect using the Japanese Katakana Locale setting can be heard in the BotDetect Captcha features demo

To use BotDetect sounds localized for the Japanese Katakana Captcha Locale, you should also download the Japanese Pronunciation Sound Package and deploy the .bdsp file to the BotDetect sounds folder your application uses:

  • ASP.NET applications use Bin\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the <botDetect> configuration section.
  • Java applications use WEB-INF\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the web.xml configuration file setting.
  • ASP Classic applications use Redistribute\BotDetectSounds in the BotDetect installation folder by default. A custom folder can be specified in the BotDetect/CaptchaConfig.asp file.
  • PHP applications always use lib/botdetect/Resources/Sounds.

Japanese Katakana Localized CAPTCHA Codes

The ja-Kana Captcha locale uses the default Katakana character set, consisting of 44 characters.

Unicode Captcha Codes and Font Requirements

This table on the left uses the actual Unicode characters drawn in localized Captcha images.

Displaying these characters in your browser requires having fonts which support them installed on the client machine.

In ASP.NET and ASP Classic versions of BotDetect, generating localized Captcha images using these characters also requires supporting fonts on your server.

If viewing these characters in your browser or generating them in Captcha images on your server fails, you can enable the required localization support for on both client and server machines using Control Panel:

Windows 2000, XP, 2003 Server: Regional and Language Options → Languages → Supplemental language support.

Windows Vista, 7, 2008 Server: Region and Language → Keyboards and Languages → Install/uninstall languages.

CodeStyle.Alpha Japanese Katakana CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x30A2 a
0x30A4 i
0x30A6 u
0x30A8 e
0x30AA o
0x30AB ka
0x30AD ki
0x30AF ku
0x30B1 ke
0x30B3 ko
0x30B5 sa
0x30B7 si
0x30B9 su
0x30BB se
0x30BD so
0x30BF ta
0x30C1 ti
0x30C4 tu
0x30C6 te
0x30C8 to
0x30CA na
0x30CB ni
0x30CC nu
0x30CD ne
0x30CE no
0x30CF ha
0x30D2 hi
0x30D5 hu
0x30D8 he
0x30DB ho
0x30DE ma
0x30DF mi
0x30E0 mu
0x30E1 me
0x30E2 mo
0x30E4 ya
0x30E6 yu
0x30E8 yo
0x30E9 ra
0x30EA ri
0x30EB ru
0x30EC re
0x30ED ro
0x30EF wa
0x30F3 N
CodeStyle.Numeric Japanese Katakana CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0030 zero 0
0x0031 one 1
0x0032 two 2
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9
CodeStyle.Alphanumeric Japanese Katakana CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x30A2 a
0x30A4 i
0x30A6 u
0x30A8 e
0x30AA o
0x30AB ka
0x30AD ki
0x30AF ku
0x30B1 ke
0x30B3 ko
0x30B5 sa
0x30B7 si
0x30B9 su
0x30BB se
0x30BD so
0x30BF ta
0x30C1 ti
0x30C4 tu
0x30C6 te
0x30C8 to
0x30CA na
0x30CB ni
0x30CC nu
0x30CD ne
0x30CE no
0x30CF ha
0x30D2 hi
0x30D5 hu
0x30D8 he
0x30DB ho
0x30DE ma
0x30DF mi
0x30E0 mu
0x30E1 me
0x30E2 mo
0x30E4 ya
0x30E6 yu
0x30E8 yo
0x30E9 ra
0x30EA ri
0x30EB ru
0x30EC re
0x30ED ro
0x30EF wa
0x30F3 N
0x0030 zero 0
0x0031 one 1
0x0032 two 2
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9

Japanese Hiragana CAPTCHA

Captcha Locale overview:

Language Country BotDetect Locale settings
Japanese Hiragana Japan ja-Hira

Examples and specifications of individual Captcha feature localizations:

Japanese Hiragana Localized CAPTCHA Images

Example Captcha images generated by BotDetect using the base Hiragana character set for all Captcha ImageStyle values can be seen in the BotDetect Captcha image styles demo

To use BotDetect Captcha images localized for the Japanese Hiragana Captcha Locale in your application, you can specify the Locale value:

  • In ASP.NET applications, you can use either the .aspx page source:
    <!-- Captcha control localized to Japanese Hiragana -->
    <BotDetect:Captcha ID="ExampleCaptcha" runat="server" Locale="ja-Hira" />
    or the page code-behind:
    [C#]
        
    // Set the Captcha instance Locale to Japanese Hiragana    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "ja-Hira";
    [VB.NET]
        
    ' Set the Captcha instance Locale to Japanese Hiragana    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "ja-Hira"

    or Locale-dependent Captcha strings can be configured on application level in the <botDetect> Web.config configuration section:

    <botDetect locale="ja-Hira" 
  • In Java applications, you can use either the application web.xml configuration file setting:
    <context-param>
      <param-name>BDC_locale</param-name>
      <param-value>jp-Hira</param-value>
    </context-param>
    
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    exampleCaptcha.setLocale("jp-Hira"); 
    
    or Standard / Facelets JSF Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:jsfCaptcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="jp-Hira"
    
    or JSP Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:captcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="jp-Hira"
    
  • In ASP Classic applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the BotDetect\CaptchaConfig.asp file:
    ' Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    ' Classic ASP application to Japanese Hiragana
    BotDetect.Locale = "ja-Hira"
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <%
      Dim ExampleCaptcha : Set ExampleCaptcha = (New Captcha)("ExampleCaptcha")
      ExampleCaptcha.UserInputID = "CaptchaCode"
      ' Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Japanese Hiragana
      ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "ja-Hira"
      Response.Write ExampleCaptcha.Html
    %>
  • In PHP applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the lib/botdetect/CaptchaConfigDefaults.php file:
    // Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    // PHP application to Japanese Hiragana
    $BDC_CaptchaConfig->Locale = 'jp-Hira';
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <?php 
      $ExampleCaptcha = new Captcha("ExampleCaptcha");
      $ExampleCaptcha->UserInputID = "CaptchaCode";
      // Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Japanese Hiragana
      $ExampleCaptcha->Locale = 'jp-Hira';
      echo $ExampleCaptcha->Html(); 
    ?>

Japanese Hiragana Localized Audio CAPTCHA Sounds

Example audio Captcha sounds generated by BotDetect using the Japanese Hiragana Locale setting can be heard in the BotDetect Captcha features demo

To use BotDetect sounds localized for the Japanese Hiragana Captcha Locale, you should also download the Japanese Pronunciation Sound Package and deploy the .bdsp file to the BotDetect sounds folder your application uses:

  • ASP.NET applications use Bin\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the <botDetect> configuration section.
  • Java applications use WEB-INF\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the web.xml configuration file setting.
  • ASP Classic applications use Redistribute\BotDetectSounds in the BotDetect installation folder by default. A custom folder can be specified in the BotDetect/CaptchaConfig.asp file.
  • PHP applications always use lib/botdetect/Resources/Sounds.

Japanese Hiragana Localized CAPTCHA Codes

The ja-Hira Captcha locale uses the default Hiragana character set, consisting of 44 characters.

Unicode Captcha Codes and Font Requirements

This table on the left uses the actual Unicode characters drawn in localized Captcha images.

Displaying these characters in your browser requires having fonts which support them installed on the client machine.

In ASP.NET and ASP Classic versions of BotDetect, generating localized Captcha images using these characters also requires supporting fonts on your server.

If viewing these characters in your browser or generating them in Captcha images on your server fails, you can enable the required localization support for on both client and server machines using Control Panel:

Windows 2000, XP, 2003 Server: Regional and Language Options → Languages → Supplemental language support.

Windows Vista, 7, 2008 Server: Region and Language → Keyboards and Languages → Install/uninstall languages.

CodeStyle.Alpha Japanese Hiragana CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x3042 a
0x3044 i
0x3046 u (not used)
0x3048 e
0x304A o
0x304B ka
0x304D ki
0x304F ku (not used)
0x3051 ke
0x3053 ko
0x3055 sa
0x3057 si
0x3059 su
0x305B se
0x305D so
0x305F ta
0x3061 ti
0x3064 tu
0x3066 te
0x3068 to
0x306A na
0x306B ni
0x306C nu
0x306D ne
0x306E no
0x306F ha
0x3072 hi
0x3075 hu
0x3078 he
0x307B ho
0x307E ma
0x307F mi
0x3080 mu
0x3081 me
0x3082 mo
0x3084 ya
0x3086 yu
0x3088 yo
0x3089 ra (not used)
0x308A ri (not used)
0x308B ru
0x308C re
0x308D ro
0x308F wa
0x3093 N
CodeStyle.Numeric Japanese Hiragana CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0030 zero 0
0x0031 one 1
0x0032 two 2
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9
CodeStyle.Alphanumeric Japanese Hiragana CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x3042 a
0x3044 i
0x3046 u (not used)
0x3048 e
0x304A o
0x304B ka
0x304D ki
0x304F ku (not used)
0x3051 ke
0x3053 ko
0x3055 sa
0x3057 si
0x3059 su
0x305B se
0x305D so
0x305F ta
0x3061 ti
0x3064 tu
0x3066 te
0x3068 to
0x306A na
0x306B ni
0x306C nu
0x306D ne
0x306E no
0x306F ha
0x3072 hi
0x3075 hu
0x3078 he
0x307B ho
0x307E ma
0x307F mi
0x3080 mu
0x3081 me
0x3082 mo
0x3084 ya
0x3086 yu
0x3088 yo
0x3089 ra (not used)
0x308A ri (not used)
0x308B ru
0x308C re
0x308D ro
0x308F wa
0x3093 N
0x0030 zero 0
0x0031 one 1
0x0032 two 2
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9

This page contains the details of Korean Captcha locales fully supported by BotDetect, for which there are both localized Captcha images and audio Captcha sounds available.

Supported Korean CAPTCHA Locales

Locale Language Country Charset Downloads
ko Korean South Korea Hangul Korean Audio Captcha Pronunciation Sound Package

Korean CAPTCHA

Captcha Locale overview:

Language Country BotDetect Locale settings
Korean South Korea ko, ko-KR

Examples and specifications of individual Captcha feature localizations:

Korean Localized CAPTCHA Images

Example Captcha images generated by BotDetect using the base Hangul character set for all Captcha ImageStyle values can be seen in the BotDetect Captcha image styles demo

To use BotDetect Captcha images localized for the Korean Captcha Locale in your application, you can specify the Locale value:

  • In ASP.NET applications, you can use either the .aspx page source:
    <!-- Captcha control localized to Korean -->
    <BotDetect:Captcha ID="ExampleCaptcha" runat="server" Locale="ko-KR" />
    or the page code-behind:
    [C#]
        
    // Set the Captcha instance Locale to Korean    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "ko-KR";
    [VB.NET]
        
    ' Set the Captcha instance Locale to Korean    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "ko-KR"

    or Locale-dependent Captcha strings can be configured on application level in the <botDetect> Web.config configuration section:

    <botDetect locale="ko-KR" 
  • In Java applications, you can use either the application web.xml configuration file setting:
    <context-param>
      <param-name>BDC_locale</param-name>
      <param-value>ko-KR</param-value>
    </context-param>
    
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    exampleCaptcha.setLocale("ko-KR"); 
    
    or Standard / Facelets JSF Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:jsfCaptcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="ko-KR"
    
    or JSP Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:captcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="ko-KR"
    
  • In ASP Classic applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the BotDetect\CaptchaConfig.asp file:
    ' Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    ' Classic ASP application to Korean
    BotDetect.Locale = "ko-KR"
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <%
      Dim ExampleCaptcha : Set ExampleCaptcha = (New Captcha)("ExampleCaptcha")
      ExampleCaptcha.UserInputID = "CaptchaCode"
      ' Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Korean
      ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "ko-KR"
      Response.Write ExampleCaptcha.Html
    %>
  • In PHP applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the lib/botdetect/CaptchaConfigDefaults.php file:
    // Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    // PHP application to Korean
    $BDC_CaptchaConfig->Locale = 'ko-KR';
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <?php 
      $ExampleCaptcha = new Captcha("ExampleCaptcha");
      $ExampleCaptcha->UserInputID = "CaptchaCode";
      // Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Korean
      $ExampleCaptcha->Locale = 'ko-KR';
      echo $ExampleCaptcha->Html(); 
    ?>

Korean Localized Audio CAPTCHA Sounds

Example audio Captcha sounds generated by BotDetect using the Korean Locale setting can be heard in the BotDetect Captcha features demo

To use BotDetect sounds localized for the Korean Captcha Locale, you should also download the Korean Pronunciation Sound Package and deploy the .bdsp file to the BotDetect sounds folder your application uses:

  • ASP.NET applications use Bin\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the <botDetect> configuration section.
  • Java applications use WEB-INF\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the web.xml configuration file setting.
  • ASP Classic applications use Redistribute\BotDetectSounds in the BotDetect installation folder by default. A custom folder can be specified in the BotDetect/CaptchaConfig.asp file.
  • PHP applications always use lib/botdetect/Resources/Sounds.

Korean Localized CAPTCHA Codes

The ko-KR Captcha locale uses the default Hangul character set, consisting of 26 characters.

Unicode Captcha Codes and Font Requirements

This table on the left uses the actual Unicode characters drawn in localized Captcha images.

Displaying these characters in your browser requires having fonts which support them installed on the client machine.

In ASP.NET and ASP Classic versions of BotDetect, generating localized Captcha images using these characters also requires supporting fonts on your server.

If viewing these characters in your browser or generating them in Captcha images on your server fails, you can enable the required localization support for on both client and server machines using Control Panel:

Windows 2000, XP, 2003 Server: Regional and Language Options → Languages → Supplemental language support.

Windows Vista, 7, 2008 Server: Region and Language → Keyboards and Languages → Install/uninstall languages.

CodeStyle.Alpha Korean CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x1100 kiyeok
0x1102 nieun
0x1103 tikeut
0x1105 rieul
0x1106 mieum
0x1107 pieup
0x1109 sios
0x110B ieung
0x110C cieuc
0x110E chieuch
0x110F khieukh
0x1110 thieuth
0x1111 phieuph
0x1112 hieuh
0x1161 a
0x1162 ae
0x1163 ya
0x1165 eo
0x1166 e (not used)
0x1167 yeo
0x1169 o
0x116D yo
0x116E u
0x1172 yu
0x1173 eu (not used)
0x1175 i (not used)
CodeStyle.Numeric Korean CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0030 zero 0
0x0031 one 1
0x0032 two 2
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9
CodeStyle.Alphanumeric Korean CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x1100 kiyeok
0x1102 nieun
0x1103 tikeut
0x1105 rieul
0x1106 mieum
0x1107 pieup
0x1109 sios
0x110B ieung (not used)
0x110C cieuc
0x110E chieuch
0x110F khieukh
0x1110 thieuth
0x1111 phieuph
0x1112 hieuh
0x1161 a
0x1162 ae
0x1163 ya
0x1165 eo
0x1166 e (not used)
0x1167 yeo
0x1169 o
0x116D yo
0x116E u
0x1172 yu
0x1173 eu (not used)
0x1175 i (not used)
0x0030 zero 0 (not used)
0x0031 one 1 (not used)
0x0032 two 2
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9

This page contains the details of Latvian Captcha (Latviešu Captcha) locales fully supported by BotDetect, for which there are both localized Captcha images and audio Captcha sounds available.

Supported Latvian CAPTCHA Locales

Locale Language Country Charset Downloads
lv Latvian Latvia Latin Latvian Audio Captcha Pronunciation Sound Package

Latvian CAPTCHA

Captcha Locale overview:

Language Country BotDetect Locale settings
Latvian Latvia lv

Examples and specifications of individual Captcha feature localizations:

Latvian Localized CAPTCHA Images

Example Captcha images generated by BotDetect using the base Latin character set for all Captcha ImageStyle values can be seen in the BotDetect Captcha image styles demo

To use BotDetect Captcha images localized for the Latvian Captcha Locale in your application, you can specify the Locale value:

  • In ASP.NET applications, you can use either the .aspx page source:
    <!-- Captcha control localized to Latvian -->
    <BotDetect:Captcha ID="ExampleCaptcha" runat="server" Locale="lv" />
    or the page code-behind:
    [C#]
        
    // Set the Captcha instance Locale to Latvian    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "lv";
    [VB.NET]
        
    ' Set the Captcha instance Locale to Latvian    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "lv"

    or Locale-dependent Captcha strings can be configured on application level in the <botDetect> Web.config configuration section:

    <botDetect locale="lv" 
  • In Java applications, you can use either the application web.xml configuration file setting:
    <context-param>
      <param-name>BDC_locale</param-name>
      <param-value>lv</param-value>
    </context-param>
    
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    exampleCaptcha.setLocale("lv"); 
    
    or Standard / Facelets JSF Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:jsfCaptcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="lv"
    
    or JSP Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:captcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="lv"
    
  • In ASP Classic applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the BotDetect\CaptchaConfig.asp file:
    ' Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    ' Classic ASP application to Latvian
    BotDetect.Locale = "lv"
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <%
      Dim ExampleCaptcha : Set ExampleCaptcha = (New Captcha)("ExampleCaptcha")
      ExampleCaptcha.UserInputID = "CaptchaCode"
      ' Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Latvian
      ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "lv"
      Response.Write ExampleCaptcha.Html
    %>
  • In PHP applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the lib/botdetect/CaptchaConfigDefaults.php file:
    // Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    // PHP application to Latvian
    $BDC_CaptchaConfig->Locale = 'lv';
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <?php 
      $ExampleCaptcha = new Captcha("ExampleCaptcha");
      $ExampleCaptcha->UserInputID = "CaptchaCode";
      // Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Latvian
      $ExampleCaptcha->Locale = 'lv';
      echo $ExampleCaptcha->Html(); 
    ?>

Latvian Localized Audio CAPTCHA Sounds

Example audio Captcha sounds generated by BotDetect using the Latvian Locale setting can be heard in the BotDetect Captcha features demo

To use BotDetect sounds localized for the Latvian Captcha Locale, you should also download the Latvian Pronunciation Sound Package and deploy the .bdsp file to the BotDetect sounds folder your application uses:

  • ASP.NET applications use Bin\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the <botDetect> configuration section.
  • Java applications use WEB-INF\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the web.xml configuration file setting.
  • ASP Classic applications use Redistribute\BotDetectSounds in the BotDetect installation folder by default. A custom folder can be specified in the BotDetect/CaptchaConfig.asp file.
  • PHP applications always use lib/botdetect/Resources/Sounds.

Latvian Localized CAPTCHA Codes

The lv Captcha locale uses the default Latin character set without the Q,W,X,Y characters, for a total of 22 alpha characters.

CodeStyle.Alpha Latvian CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 a A
0x0042 B
0x0043 C
0x0044 D
0x0045 e E
0x0046 ef F (not used)
0x0047 G (not used)
0x0048 H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004A J
0x004B K
0x004C el L (not used)
0x004D em M
0x004E en N
0x004F o O
0x0050 P
0x0052 er R
0x0053 es S
0x0054 T
0x0055 u U
0x0056 V
0x005A Z
CodeStyle.Numeric Latvian CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0030 nulle 0
0x0031 viens 1
0x0032 divi 2
0x0033 trīs 3
0x0034 četri 4
0x0035 pieci 5
0x0036 seši 6
0x0037 septiņi 7 (not used)
0x0038 astoņi 8
0x0039 deviņi 9
CodeStyle.Alphanumeric Latvian CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 a A
0x0042 B
0x0043 C
0x0044 D
0x0045 e E
0x0046 ef F (not used)
0x0047 G (not used)
0x0048 H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004A J
0x004B K
0x004C el L (not used)
0x004D em M
0x004E en N
0x004F o O (not used)
0x0050 P
0x0052 er R
0x0053 es S
0x0054 T
0x0055 u U
0x0056 V
0x005A Z (not used)
0x0030 nulle 0 (not used)
0x0031 viens 1 (not used)
0x0032 divi 2 (not used)
0x0033 trīs 3
0x0034 četri 4
0x0035 pieci 5
0x0036 seši 6
0x0037 septiņi 7 (not used)
0x0038 astoņi 8
0x0039 deviņi 9

This page contains the details of Lithuanian Captcha (Lietuvių Captcha) locales fully supported by BotDetect, for which there are both localized Captcha images and audio Captcha sounds available.

Supported Lithuanian CAPTCHA Locales

Locale Language Country Charset Downloads
lt Lithuanian Lithuania Latin Lithuanian Audio Captcha Pronunciation Sound Package

Lithuanian CAPTCHA

Captcha Locale overview:

Language Country BotDetect Locale settings
Lithuanian Lithuania lt

Examples and specifications of individual Captcha feature localizations:

Lithuanian Localized CAPTCHA Images

Example Captcha images generated by BotDetect using the base Latin character set for all Captcha ImageStyle values can be seen in the BotDetect Captcha image styles demo

To use BotDetect Captcha images localized for the Lithuanian Captcha Locale in your application, you can specify the Locale value:

  • In ASP.NET applications, you can use either the .aspx page source:
    <!-- Captcha control localized to Lithuanian -->
    <BotDetect:Captcha ID="ExampleCaptcha" runat="server" Locale="lt" />
    or the page code-behind:
    [C#]
        
    // Set the Captcha instance Locale to Lithuanian    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "lt";
    [VB.NET]
        
    ' Set the Captcha instance Locale to Lithuanian    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "lt"

    or Locale-dependent Captcha strings can be configured on application level in the <botDetect> Web.config configuration section:

    <botDetect locale="lt" 
  • In Java applications, you can use either the application web.xml configuration file setting:
    <context-param>
      <param-name>BDC_locale</param-name>
      <param-value>lt</param-value>
    </context-param>
    
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    exampleCaptcha.setLocale("lt"); 
    
    or Standard / Facelets JSF Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:jsfCaptcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="lt"
    
    or JSP Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:captcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="lt"
    
  • In ASP Classic applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the BotDetect\CaptchaConfig.asp file:
    ' Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    ' Classic ASP application to Lithuanian
    BotDetect.Locale = "lt"
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <%
      Dim ExampleCaptcha : Set ExampleCaptcha = (New Captcha)("ExampleCaptcha")
      ExampleCaptcha.UserInputID = "CaptchaCode"
      ' Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Lithuanian
      ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "lt"
      Response.Write ExampleCaptcha.Html
    %>
  • In PHP applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the lib/botdetect/CaptchaConfigDefaults.php file:
    // Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    // PHP application to Lithuanian
    $BDC_CaptchaConfig->Locale = 'lt';
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <?php 
      $ExampleCaptcha = new Captcha("ExampleCaptcha");
      $ExampleCaptcha->UserInputID = "CaptchaCode";
      // Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Lithuanian
      $ExampleCaptcha->Locale = 'lt';
      echo $ExampleCaptcha->Html(); 
    ?>

Lithuanian Localized Audio CAPTCHA Sounds

Example audio Captcha sounds generated by BotDetect using the Lithuanian Locale setting can be heard in the BotDetect Captcha features demo

To use BotDetect sounds localized for the Lithuanian Captcha Locale, you should also download the Lithuanian Pronunciation Sound Package and deploy the .bdsp file to the BotDetect sounds folder your application uses:

  • ASP.NET applications use Bin\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the <botDetect> configuration section.
  • Java applications use WEB-INF\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the web.xml configuration file setting.
  • ASP Classic applications use Redistribute\BotDetectSounds in the BotDetect installation folder by default. A custom folder can be specified in the BotDetect/CaptchaConfig.asp file.
  • PHP applications always use lib/botdetect/Resources/Sounds.

Lithuanian Localized CAPTCHA Codes

The lt Captcha locale uses the default Latin character set without the Q,W,X characters, for a total of 23 alpha characters.

CodeStyle.Alpha Lithuanian CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 a A
0x0042 b B
0x0043 ts C
0x0044 d D
0x0045 e E
0x0046 e F (not used)
0x0047 g G (not used)
0x0048 h H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004A j J
0x004B k K
0x004C l L (not used)
0x004D m M
0x004E n N
0x004F o O
0x0050 p P
0x0052 r R
0x0053 s S
0x0054 t T
0x0055 u U
0x0056 v V
0x0059 y Y
0x005A z Z
CodeStyle.Numeric Lithuanian CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0030 nulis 0
0x0031 vienas 1
0x0032 du 2
0x0033 trys 3
0x0034 keturi 4
0x0035 penki 5
0x0036 šeši 6
0x0037 septyni 7 (not used)
0x0038 aštuoni 8
0x0039 devyni 9
CodeStyle.Alphanumeric Lithuanian CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 a A
0x0042 b B
0x0043 ts C
0x0044 d D
0x0045 e E
0x0046 f F (not used)
0x0047 g G (not used)
0x0048 h H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004A j J
0x004B k K
0x004C l L (not used)
0x004D m M
0x004E n N
0x004F o O (not used)
0x0050 p P
0x0052 r R
0x0053 s S
0x0054 t T
0x0055 u U
0x0056 v V
0x0059 y Y
0x005A z Z (not used)
0x0030 nulis 0 (not used)
0x0031 vienas 1 (not used)
0x0032 du 2 (not used)
0x0033 trys 3
0x0034 keturi 4
0x0035 penki 5
0x0036 šeši 6
0x0037 septyni 7 (not used)
0x0038 aštuoni 8
0x0039 devyni 9

This page contains the details of Norwegian Captcha (Norsk Captcha) locales fully supported by BotDetect, for which there are both localized Captcha images and audio Captcha sounds available.

Supported Norwegian CAPTCHA Locales

Locale Language Country Charset Downloads
no Norwegian Norway Latin Norwegian Audio Captcha Pronunciation Sound Package

Norwegian CAPTCHA

Captcha Locale overview:

Language Country BotDetect Locale settings
Norwegian Norway no, nb

Examples and specifications of individual Captcha feature localizations:

Norwegian Localized CAPTCHA Images

Example Captcha images generated by BotDetect using the base Latin character set for all Captcha ImageStyle values can be seen in the BotDetect Captcha image styles demo

To use BotDetect Captcha images localized for the Norwegian Captcha Locale in your application, you can specify the Locale value:

  • In ASP.NET applications, you can use either the .aspx page source:
    <!-- Captcha control localized to Norwegian -->
    <BotDetect:Captcha ID="ExampleCaptcha" runat="server" Locale="no" />
    or the page code-behind:
    [C#]
        
    // Set the Captcha instance Locale to Norwegian    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "no";
    [VB.NET]
        
    ' Set the Captcha instance Locale to Norwegian    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "no"

    or Locale-dependent Captcha strings can be configured on application level in the <botDetect> Web.config configuration section:

    <botDetect locale="no" 
  • In Java applications, you can use either the application web.xml configuration file setting:
    <context-param>
      <param-name>BDC_locale</param-name>
      <param-value>no</param-value>
    </context-param>
    
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    exampleCaptcha.setLocale("no"); 
    
    or Standard / Facelets JSF Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:jsfCaptcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="no"
    
    or JSP Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:captcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="no"
    
  • In ASP Classic applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the BotDetect\CaptchaConfig.asp file:
    ' Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    ' Classic ASP application to Norwegian
    BotDetect.Locale = "no"
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <%
      Dim ExampleCaptcha : Set ExampleCaptcha = (New Captcha)("ExampleCaptcha")
      ExampleCaptcha.UserInputID = "CaptchaCode"
      ' Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Norwegian
      ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "no"
      Response.Write ExampleCaptcha.Html
    %>
  • In PHP applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the lib/botdetect/CaptchaConfigDefaults.php file:
    // Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    // PHP application to Norwegian
    $BDC_CaptchaConfig->Locale = 'no';
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <?php 
      $ExampleCaptcha = new Captcha("ExampleCaptcha");
      $ExampleCaptcha->UserInputID = "CaptchaCode";
      // Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Norwegian
      $ExampleCaptcha->Locale = 'no';
      echo $ExampleCaptcha->Html(); 
    ?>

Norwegian Localized audio CAPTCHA Sounds

Example audio Captcha sounds generated by BotDetect using the Norwegian Locale setting can be heard in the BotDetect Captcha features demo

To use BotDetect sounds localized for the Norwegian Captcha Locale, you should also download the Norwegian Pronunciation Sound Package and deploy the .bdsp file to the BotDetect sounds folder your application uses:

  • ASP.NET applications use Bin\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the <botDetect> configuration section.
  • Java applications use WEB-INF\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the web.xml configuration file setting.
  • ASP Classic applications use Redistribute\BotDetectSounds in the BotDetect installation folder by default. A custom folder can be specified in the BotDetect/CaptchaConfig.asp file.
  • PHP applications always use lib/botdetect/Resources/Sounds.

Norwegian Localized CAPTCHA Codes

The no Captcha locale uses a modified version of the Latin character set without the C, Q, W, X, Z characters, for a total of 21 alpha characters.

CodeStyle.Alpha Norwegian CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 a A
0x0042 be B
0x0044 de D
0x0045 e E
0x0046 eff F (not used)
0x0047 ge G (not used)
0x0048 H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004A je/jådd J
0x004B K
0x004C ell L (not used)
0x004D em M
0x004E enn N
0x004F o O
0x0050 pe P
0x0052 ærr R
0x0053 ess S
0x0054 te T
0x0055 u U
0x0056 ve V
0x0059 y Y
CodeStyle.Numeric Norwegian CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0030 zero 0
0x0031 one 1
0x0032 two 2
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9
CodeStyle.Alphanumeric Norwegian CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 a A
0x0042 be B
0x0044 de D
0x0045 e E
0x0046 eff F (not used)
0x0047 ge G (not used)
0x0048 H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004A je/jådd J
0x004B K
0x004C ell L (not used)
0x004D em M
0x004E enn N
0x004F o O (not used)
0x0050 pe P
0x0052 ærr R
0x0053 ess S
0x0054 te T
0x0055 u U
0x0056 ve V
0x0059 y Y
0x0030 zero 0 (not used)
0x0031 one 1 (not used)
0x0032 two 2 (not used)
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9

This page contains the details of Polish Captcha (Polską Captcha) locales fully supported by BotDetect, for which there are both localized Captcha images and audio Captcha sounds available.

Supported Polish CAPTCHA Locales

Locale Language Country Charset Downloads
pl Polish Poland Latin Polish Audio Captcha Pronunciation Sound Package

Polish CAPTCHA

Captcha Locale overview:

Language Country BotDetect Locale settings
Polish Poland pl, pl-PL

Examples and specifications of individual Captcha feature localizations:

Polish Localized CAPTCHA Images

Example Captcha images generated by BotDetect using the base Latin character set for all Captcha ImageStyle values can be seen in the BotDetect Captcha image styles demo

To use BotDetect Captcha images localized for the Polish Captcha Locale in your application, you can specify the Locale value:

  • In ASP.NET applications, you can use either the .aspx page source:
    <!-- Captcha control localized to Polish -->
    <BotDetect:Captcha ID="ExampleCaptcha" runat="server" Locale="pl" />
    or the page code-behind:
    [C#]
        
    // Set the Captcha instance Locale to Polish    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "pl";
    [VB.NET]
        
    ' Set the Captcha instance Locale to Polish    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "pl"

    or Locale-dependent Captcha strings can be configured on application level in the <botDetect> Web.config configuration section:

    <botDetect locale="pl" 
  • In Java applications, you can use either the application web.xml configuration file setting:
    <context-param>
      <param-name>BDC_locale</param-name>
      <param-value>pl</param-value>
    </context-param>
    
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    exampleCaptcha.setLocale("pl"); 
    
    or Standard / Facelets JSF Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:jsfCaptcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="pl"
    
    or JSP Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:captcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="pl"
    
  • In ASP Classic applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the BotDetect\CaptchaConfig.asp file:
    ' Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    ' Classic ASP application to Polish
    BotDetect.Locale = "pl"
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <%
      Dim ExampleCaptcha : Set ExampleCaptcha = (New Captcha)("ExampleCaptcha")
      ExampleCaptcha.UserInputID = "CaptchaCode"
      ' Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Polish
      ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "pl"
      Response.Write ExampleCaptcha.Html
    %>
  • In PHP applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the lib/botdetect/CaptchaConfigDefaults.php file:
    // Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    // PHP application to Polish
    $BDC_CaptchaConfig->Locale = 'pl';
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <?php 
      $ExampleCaptcha = new Captcha("ExampleCaptcha");
      $ExampleCaptcha->UserInputID = "CaptchaCode";
      // Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Polish
      $ExampleCaptcha->Locale = 'pl';
      echo $ExampleCaptcha->Html(); 
    ?>

Polish Localized Audio CAPTCHA Sounds

Example audio Captcha sounds generated by BotDetect using the Polish Locale setting can be heard in the BotDetect Captcha features demo

To use BotDetect sounds localized for the Polish Captcha Locale, you should also download the Polish Pronunciation Sound Package and deploy the .bdsp file to the BotDetect sounds folder your application uses:

  • ASP.NET applications use Bin\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the <botDetect> configuration section.
  • Java applications use WEB-INF\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the web.xml configuration file setting.
  • ASP Classic applications use Redistribute\BotDetectSounds in the BotDetect installation folder by default. A custom folder can be specified in the BotDetect/CaptchaConfig.asp file.
  • PHP applications always use lib/botdetect/Resources/Sounds.

Polish Localized CAPTCHA Codes

The pl-PL Captcha locale uses a modified version of the Latin character set without the Q,V,X characters, for a total of 23 alpha characters.

CodeStyle.Alpha Polish CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 a A
0x0042 be B
0x0043 ce C
0x0044 de D
0x0045 e E
0x0046 ef F (not used)
0x0047 ge G (not used)
0x0048 ha H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004A jot J
0x004B ka K
0x004C el L (not used)
0x004D em M
0x004E en N
0x004F o O
0x0050 pe P
0x0052 er R
0x0053 es S
0x0054 te T
0x0055 u U
0x0057 wu W
0x0059 igrek Y
0x005A zet Z
CodeStyle.Numeric Polish CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0030 zero 0
0x0031 one 1
0x0032 two 2
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9
CodeStyle.Alphanumeric Polish CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 a A
0x0042 be B
0x0043 ce C
0x0044 de D
0x0045 e E
0x0046 ef F (not used)
0x0047 ge G (not used)
0x0048 ha H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004A jot J
0x004B ka K
0x004C el L (not used)
0x004D em M
0x004E en N
0x004F o O (not used)
0x0050 pe P
0x0052 er R
0x0053 es S
0x0054 te T
0x0055 u U
0x0057 wu W
0x0059 igrek Y
0x005A zet Z (not used)
0x0030 zero 0 (not used)
0x0031 one 1 (not used)
0x0032 two 2 (not used)
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9

This page contains the details of Portuguese Captcha (Português Captcha) locales fully supported by BotDetect, for which there are both localized Captcha images and audio Captcha sounds available.

Supported Portuguese CAPTCHA Locales

Locale Language Country Charset Downloads
pt Portuguese Portugal Latin Portuguese Audio Captcha Pronunciation Sound Package
pt-BR Portuguese Brazil Latin Brazilian Portuguese Audio Captcha Pronunciation Sound Package

Portuguese CAPTCHA

Captcha Locale overview:

Language Country BotDetect Locale settings
Portuguese Portugal pt, pt-PT

Examples and specifications of individual Captcha feature localizations:

Portuguese Localized CAPTCHA Images

Example Captcha images generated by BotDetect using the base Latin character set for all Captcha ImageStyle values can be seen in the BotDetect Captcha image styles demo

To use BotDetect Captcha images localized for the Portuguese Captcha Locale in your application, you can specify the Locale value:

  • In ASP.NET applications, you can use either the .aspx page source:
    <!-- Captcha control localized to Portuguese -->
    <BotDetect:Captcha ID="ExampleCaptcha" runat="server" Locale="pt-PT" />
    or the page code-behind:
    [C#]
        
    // Set the Captcha instance Locale to Portuguese    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "pt-PT";
    [VB.NET]
        
    ' Set the Captcha instance Locale to Portuguese    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "pt-PT"

    or Locale-dependent Captcha strings can be configured on application level in the <botDetect> Web.config configuration section:

    <botDetect locale="pt-PT" 
  • In Java applications, you can use either the application web.xml configuration file setting:
    <context-param>
      <param-name>BDC_locale</param-name>
      <param-value>pt-PT</param-value>
    </context-param>
    
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    exampleCaptcha.setLocale("pt-PT"); 
    
    or Standard / Facelets JSF Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:jsfCaptcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="pt-PT"
    
    or JSP Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:captcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="pt-PT"
    
  • In ASP Classic applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the BotDetect\CaptchaConfig.asp file:
    ' Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    ' Classic ASP application to Portuguese
    BotDetect.Locale = "pt-PT"
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <%
      Dim ExampleCaptcha : Set ExampleCaptcha = (New Captcha)("ExampleCaptcha")
      ExampleCaptcha.UserInputID = "CaptchaCode"
      ' Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Portuguese
      ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "pt-PT"
      Response.Write ExampleCaptcha.Html
    %>
  • In PHP applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the lib/botdetect/CaptchaConfigDefaults.php file:
    // Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    // PHP application to Portuguese
    $BDC_CaptchaConfig->Locale = 'pt-PT';
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <?php 
      $ExampleCaptcha = new Captcha("ExampleCaptcha");
      $ExampleCaptcha->UserInputID = "CaptchaCode";
      // Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Portuguese
      $ExampleCaptcha->Locale = 'pt-PT';
      echo $ExampleCaptcha->Html(); 
    ?>

Portuguese Localized Audio CAPTCHA Sounds

Example audio Captcha sounds generated by BotDetect using the Portuguese Locale setting can be heard in the BotDetect Captcha features demo

To use BotDetect sounds localized for the Portuguese Captcha Locale, you should also download the Portuguese Pronunciation Sound Package and deploy the .bdsp file to the BotDetect sounds folder your application uses:

  • ASP.NET applications use Bin\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the <botDetect> configuration section.
  • Java applications use WEB-INF\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the web.xml configuration file setting.
  • ASP Classic applications use Redistribute\BotDetectSounds in the BotDetect installation folder by default. A custom folder can be specified in the BotDetect/CaptchaConfig.asp file.
  • PHP applications always use lib/botdetect/Resources/Sounds.

Portuguese Localized CAPTCHA Codes

The pt-PT Captcha locale uses the default Latin character set, consisting of 26 characters.

CodeStyle.Alpha Portuguese CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 á A
0x0042 B
0x0043 C
0x0044 D
0x0045 é E
0x0046 efe F (not used)
0x0047 G (not used)
0x0048 agá H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004A jota J
0x004B capa K
0x004C ele L (not used)
0x004D eme M
0x004E ene N
0x004F ó O
0x0050 P
0x0051 quê Q (not used)
0x0052 erre R
0x0053 esse S
0x0054 T
0x0055 u U
0x0056 V
0x0057 dábliu W
0x0058 xis X
0x0059 ípsilon Y
0x005A Z
CodeStyle.Numeric Portuguese CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0030 zero 0
0x0031 one 1
0x0032 two 2
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9
CodeStyle.Alphanumeric Portuguese CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 á A
0x0042 B
0x0043 C
0x0044 D
0x0045 é E
0x0046 efe F (not used)
0x0047 G (not used)
0x0048 agá H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004A jota J
0x004B capa K
0x004C ele L (not used)
0x004D eme M
0x004E ene N
0x004F ó O (not used)
0x0050 P
0x0051 quê Q (not used)
0x0052 erre R
0x0053 esse S
0x0054 T
0x0055 u U
0x0056 V
0x0057 dábliu W
0x0058 xis X
0x0059 ípsilon Y
0x005A Z (not used)
0x0030 zero 0 (not used)
0x0031 one 1 (not used)
0x0032 two 2 (not used)
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9

Brazilian Portuguese CAPTCHA

Captcha Locale overview:

Language Country BotDetect Locale settings
Brazilian Portuguese Portugal pt-BR

Examples and specifications of individual Captcha feature localizations:

Brazilian Portuguese Localized CABRCHA Images

Example Captcha images generated by BotDetect using the base Latin character set for all Captcha ImageStyle values can be seen in the BotDetect Captcha image styles demo

To use BotDetect Captcha images localized for the Brazilian Portuguese Captcha Locale in your application, you can specify the Locale value:

  • In ASP.NET applications, you can use either the .aspx page source:
    <!-- Captcha control localized to Brazilian Portuguese -->
    <BotDetect:Captcha ID="ExampleCaptcha" runat="server" Locale="pt-BR" />
    or the page code-behind:
    [C#]
        
    // Set the Captcha instance Locale to Brazilian Portuguese    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "pt-BR";
    [VB.NET]
        
    ' Set the Captcha instance Locale to Brazilian Portuguese    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "pt-BR"

    or Locale-dependent Captcha strings can be configured on application level in the <botDetect> Web.config configuration section:

    <botDetect locale="pt-BR" 
  • In Java applications, you can use either the application web.xml configuration file setting:
    <context-param>
      <param-name>BDC_locale</param-name>
      <param-value>pt-BR</param-value>
    </context-param>
    
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    exampleCaptcha.setLocale("pt-BR"); 
    
    or Standard / Facelets JSF Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:jsfCaptcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="pt-BR"
    
    or JSP Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:captcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="pt-BR"
    
  • In ASP Classic applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the BotDetect\CaptchaConfig.asp file:
    ' Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    ' Classic ASP application to Brazilian Portuguese
    BotDetect.Locale = "pt-BR"
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <%
      Dim ExampleCaptcha : Set ExampleCaptcha = (New Captcha)("ExampleCaptcha")
      ExampleCaptcha.UserInputID = "CaptchaCode"
      ' Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Brazilian Portuguese
      ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "pt-BR"
      Response.Write ExampleCaptcha.Html
    %>
  • In PHP applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the lib/botdetect/CaptchaConfigDefaults.php file:
    // Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    // PHP application to Brazilian Portuguese
    $BDC_CaptchaConfig->Locale = 'pt-BR';
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <?php 
      $ExampleCaptcha = new Captcha("ExampleCaptcha");
      $ExampleCaptcha->UserInputID = "CaptchaCode";
      // Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Brazilian Portuguese
      $ExampleCaptcha->Locale = 'pt-BR';
      echo $ExampleCaptcha->Html(); 
    ?>

Brazilian Portuguese Localized CABRCHA Sounds

Example audio Captcha sounds generated by BotDetect using the Brazilian Portuguese Locale setting can be heard in the BotDetect Captcha features demo

To use BotDetect sounds localized for the Brazilian Portuguese Captcha Locale, you should also download the Brazilian Portuguese Pronunciation Sound Package and deploy the .bdsp file to the BotDetect sounds folder your application uses:

  • ASP.NET applications use Bin\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the <botDetect> configuration section.
  • Java applications use WEB-INF\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the web.xml configuration file setting.
  • ASP Classic applications use Redistribute\BotDetectSounds in the BotDetect installation folder by default. A custom folder can be specified in the BotDetect/CaptchaConfig.asp file.
  • PHP applications always use lib/botdetect/Resources/Sounds.

Brazilian Portuguese Localized CABRCHA Codes

The pt-BR Captcha locale uses the default Latin character set, consisting of 26 characters.

CodeStyle.Alpha Brazilian Portuguese CABRCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 á A
0x0042 B
0x0043 C
0x0044 D
0x0045 é E
0x0046 efe F (not used)
0x0047 G (not used)
0x0048 agá H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004A jota J
0x004B K
0x004C ele L (not used)
0x004D eme M
0x004E ene N
0x004F ó O
0x0050 P
0x0051 quê Q (not used)
0x0052 erre R
0x0053 esse S
0x0054 T
0x0055 u U
0x0056 V
0x0057 dábliu W
0x0058 xis X
0x0059 ípsilon Y
0x005A Z
CodeStyle.Numeric Brazilian Portuguese CABRCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0030 zero 0
0x0031 one 1
0x0032 two 2
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9
CodeStyle.Alphanumeric Brazilian Portuguese CABRCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 á A
0x0042 B
0x0043 C
0x0044 D
0x0045 é E
0x0046 efe F (not used)
0x0047 G (not used)
0x0048 agá H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004A jota J
0x004B K
0x004C ele L (not used)
0x004D eme M
0x004E ene N
0x004F ó O (not used)
0x0050 P
0x0051 quê Q (not used)
0x0052 erre R
0x0053 esse S
0x0054 T
0x0055 u U
0x0056 V
0x0057 dábliu W
0x0058 xis X
0x0059 ípsilon Y
0x005A Z (not used)
0x0030 zero 0 (not used)
0x0031 one 1 (not used)
0x0032 two 2 (not used)
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9

This page contains the details of Romanian Captcha (captcha română) locales fully supported by BotDetect, for which there are both localized Captcha images and audio Captcha sounds available.

Supported Romanian CAPTCHA Locales

Locale Language Country Charset Downloads
ro Romanian Romania Latin Romanian Audio Captcha Pronunciation Sound Package

Romanian CAPTCHA

Captcha Locale overview:

Language Country BotDetect Locale settings
Romanian Romania ro, ro-RO

Examples and specifications of individual Captcha feature localizations:

Romanian Localized CAPTCHA Images

Example Captcha images generated by BotDetect using the base Latin character set for all Captcha ImageStyle values can be seen in the BotDetect Captcha image styles demo

To use BotDetect Captcha images localized for the Romanian Captcha Locale in your application, you can specify the Locale value:

  • In ASP.NET applications, you can use either the .aspx page source:
    <!-- Captcha control localized to Romanian -->
    <BotDetect:Captcha ID="ExampleCaptcha" runat="server" Locale="ro" />
    or the page code-behind:
    [C#]
        
    // Set the Captcha instance Locale to Romanian    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "ro";
    [VB.NET]
        
    ' Set the Captcha instance Locale to Romanian    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "ro"

    or Locale-dependent Captcha strings can be configured on application level in the <botDetect> Web.config configuration section:

    <botDetect locale="ro" 
  • In Java applications, you can use either the application web.xml configuration file setting:
    <context-param>
      <param-name>BDC_locale</param-name>
      <param-value>ro</param-value>
    </context-param>
    
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    exampleCaptcha.setLocale("ro"); 
    
    or Standard / Facelets JSF Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:jsfCaptcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="ro"
    
    or JSP Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:captcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="ro"
    
  • In ASP Classic applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the BotDetect\CaptchaConfig.asp file:
    ' Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    ' Classic ASP application to Romanian
    BotDetect.Locale = "ro"
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <%
      Dim ExampleCaptcha : Set ExampleCaptcha = (New Captcha)("ExampleCaptcha")
      ExampleCaptcha.UserInputID = "CaptchaCode"
      ' Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Romanian
      ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "ro"
      Response.Write ExampleCaptcha.Html
    %>
  • In PHP applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the lib/botdetect/CaptchaConfigDefaults.php file:
    // Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    // PHP application to Romanian
    $BDC_CaptchaConfig->Locale = 'ro';
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <?php 
      $ExampleCaptcha = new Captcha("ExampleCaptcha");
      $ExampleCaptcha->UserInputID = "CaptchaCode";
      // Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Romanian
      $ExampleCaptcha->Locale = 'ro';
      echo $ExampleCaptcha->Html(); 
    ?>

Romanian Localized Audio CAPTCHA Sounds

Example audio Captcha sounds generated by BotDetect using the Romanian Locale setting can be heard in the BotDetect Captcha features demo

To use BotDetect sounds localized for the Romanian Captcha Locale, you should also download the Romanian Pronunciation Sound Package and deploy the .bdsp file to the BotDetect sounds folder your application uses:

  • ASP.NET applications use Bin\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the <botDetect> configuration section.
  • Java applications use WEB-INF\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the web.xml configuration file setting.
  • ASP Classic applications use Redistribute\BotDetectSounds in the BotDetect installation folder by default. A custom folder can be specified in the BotDetect/CaptchaConfig.asp file.
  • PHP applications always use lib/botdetect/Resources/Sounds.

Romanian Localized CAPTCHA Codes

The ro-RO Captcha locale uses the Latin character set, excluding Q, W, and Y.

CodeStyle.Alpha Romanian CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 a A
0x0042 be B
0x0043 ce C
0x0044 de D
0x0045 e E
0x0046 ef F (not used)
0x0047 ge G (not used)
0x0048 has H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004A J
0x004B ca K
0x004C el L (not used)
0x004D em M
0x004E en N
0x004F o O
0x0050 pe P
0x0052 er R
0x0053 es S
0x0054 te T
0x0055 u U
0x0056 ve V
0x0058 ics X
0x005A zet Z
CodeStyle.Numeric Romanian CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0030 zero 0
0x0031 one 1
0x0032 two 2
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9
CodeStyle.Alphanumeric Romanian CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 a A
0x0042 be B
0x0043 ce C
0x0044 de D
0x0045 e E
0x0046 ef F (not used)
0x0047 ge G (not used)
0x0048 has H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004A J
0x004B ca K
0x004C el L (not used)
0x004D em M
0x004E en N
0x004F o O (not used)
0x0050 pe P
0x0052 er R
0x0053 es S
0x0054 te T
0x0055 u U
0x0056 ve V
0x0058 ics X
0x005A zet Z (not used)
0x0030 zero 0 (not used)
0x0031 one 1 (not used)
0x0032 two 2 (not used)
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9

This page contains the details of Russian Captcha (Россия капчи) locales fully supported by BotDetect, for which there are both localized Captcha images and audio Captcha sounds available.

Supported Russian CAPTCHA Locales

Locale Language Country Charset Downloads
ru Russian Russia Cyrillic Russian Audio Captcha Pronunciation Sound Package

Russian CAPTCHA

Captcha Locale overview:

Language Country BotDetect Locale settings
Russian Russia ru, ru-RU

Examples and specifications of individual Captcha feature localizations:

Russian Localized CAPTCHA Images

Example Captcha images generated by BotDetect using the base Cyrillic character set for all Captcha ImageStyle values can be seen in the BotDetect Captcha image styles demo

To use BotDetect Captcha images localized for the Russian Captcha Locale in your application, you can specify the Locale value:

  • In ASP.NET applications, you can use either the .aspx page source:
    <!-- Captcha control localized to Russian -->
    <BotDetect:Captcha ID="ExampleCaptcha" runat="server" Locale="ru" />
    or the page code-behind:
    [C#]
        
    // Set the Captcha instance Locale to Russian    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "ru";
    [VB.NET]
        
    ' Set the Captcha instance Locale to Russian    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "ru"

    or Locale-dependent Captcha strings can be configured on application level in the <botDetect> Web.config configuration section:

    <botDetect locale="ru" 
  • In Java applications, you can use either the application web.xml configuration file setting:
    <context-param>
      <param-name>BDC_locale</param-name>
      <param-value>ru</param-value>
    </context-param>
    
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    exampleCaptcha.setLocale("ru"); 
    
    or Standard / Facelets JSF Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:jsfCaptcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="ru"
    
    or JSP Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:captcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="ru"
    
  • In ASP Classic applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the BotDetect\CaptchaConfig.asp file:
    ' Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    ' Classic ASP application to Russian
    BotDetect.Locale = "ru"
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <%
      Dim ExampleCaptcha : Set ExampleCaptcha = (New Captcha)("ExampleCaptcha")
      ExampleCaptcha.UserInputID = "CaptchaCode"
      ' Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Russian
      ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "ru"
      Response.Write ExampleCaptcha.Html
    %>
  • In PHP applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the lib/botdetect/CaptchaConfigDefaults.php file:
    // Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    // PHP application to Russian
    $BDC_CaptchaConfig->Locale = 'ru';
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <?php 
      $ExampleCaptcha = new Captcha("ExampleCaptcha");
      $ExampleCaptcha->UserInputID = "CaptchaCode";
      // Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Russian
      $ExampleCaptcha->Locale = 'ru';
      echo $ExampleCaptcha->Html(); 
    ?>

Russian Localized Audio CAPTCHA Sounds

Example audio Captcha sounds generated by BotDetect using the Russian Locale setting can be heard in the BotDetect Captcha features demo

To use BotDetect sounds localized for the Russian Captcha Locale, you should also download the Russian Pronunciation Sound Package and deploy the .bdsp file to the BotDetect sounds folder your application uses:

  • ASP.NET applications use Bin\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the <botDetect> configuration section.
  • Java applications use WEB-INF\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the web.xml configuration file setting.
  • ASP Classic applications use Redistribute\BotDetectSounds in the BotDetect installation folder by default. A custom folder can be specified in the BotDetect/CaptchaConfig.asp file.
  • PHP applications always use lib/botdetect/Resources/Sounds.

Russian Localized CAPTCHA Codes

The ru-RU Captcha locale uses the default Cyrillic character set, consisting of 25 characters.

Unicode Captcha Codes and Font Requirements

This table on the left uses the actual Unicode characters drawn in localized Captcha images.

Displaying these characters in your browser requires having fonts which support them installed on the client machine.

In ASP.NET and ASP Classic versions of BotDetect, generating localized Captcha images using these characters also requires supporting fonts on your server.

If viewing these characters in your browser or generating them in Captcha images on your server fails, you can enable the required localization support for on both client and server machines using Control Panel:

Windows 2000, XP, 2003 Server: Regional and Language Options → Languages → Supplemental language support.

Windows Vista, 7, 2008 Server: Region and Language → Keyboards and Languages → Install/uninstall languages.

CodeStyle.Alpha Russian CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0410 a А
0x0411 be Б
0x0412 ve В
0x0413 ghe Г
0x0414 de Д
0x0415 ie Е
0x0416 zhe Ж
0x0417 ze З
0x0418 i И
0x041A ka К
0x041B el Л
0x041C em М
0x041D en Н
0x041E o О
0x041F pe П
0x0420 er Р
0x0421 es С
0x0422 te Т
0x0423 u У
0x0424 ef Ф
0x0425 ha Х
0x0426 tse Ц
0x0427 che Ч
0x0428 sha Ш
0x042F ya Я
CodeStyle.Numeric Russian CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0030 zero 0
0x0031 one 1
0x0032 two 2
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9
CodeStyle.Alphanumeric Russian CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0410 a А
0x0411 be Б
0x0412 ve В
0x0413 ghe Г
0x0414 de Д
0x0415 ie Е
0x0416 zhe Ж
0x0417 ze З (not used)
0x0418 i И
0x041A ka К
0x041B el Л
0x041C em М
0x041D en Н
0x041E o О
0x041F pe П
0x0420 er Р
0x0421 es С
0x0422 te Т
0x0423 u У
0x0424 ef Ф
0x0425 ha Х
0x0426 tse Ц
0x0427 che Ч
0x0428 sha Ш
0x042F ya Я
0x0030 zero 0
0x0031 one 1
0x0032 two 2
0x0033 three 3 (not used)
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9

This page contains the details of Serbian Captcha (српска Captcha) locales fully supported by BotDetect, for which there are both localized Captcha images and audio Captcha sounds available.

Supported Serbian CAPTCHA Locales

Locale Language Country Charset Downloads
sr Serbian Serbia Cyrillic Serbian Audio Captcha Pronunciation Sound Package
sr-Latn Serbian Serbia Latin Serbian Audio Captcha Pronunciation Sound Package

Serbian CAPTCHA

Captcha Locale overview:

Language Country BotDetect Locale settings
Serbian Serbia sr

Examples and specifications of individual Captcha feature localizations:

Serbian Localized CAPTCHA Images

Example Captcha images generated by BotDetect using the base Cyrillic character set for all Captcha ImageStyle values can be seen in the BotDetect Captcha image styles demo

To use BotDetect Captcha images localized for the Serbian Captcha Locale in your application, you can specify the Locale value:

  • In ASP.NET applications, you can use either the .aspx page source:
    <!-- Captcha control localized to Serbian -->
    <BotDetect:Captcha ID="ExampleCaptcha" runat="server" Locale="sr" />
    or the page code-behind:
    [C#]
        
    // Set the Captcha instance Locale to Serbian    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "sr";
    [VB.NET]
        
    ' Set the Captcha instance Locale to Serbian    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "sr"

    or Locale-dependent Captcha strings can be configured on application level in the <botDetect> Web.config configuration section:

    <botDetect locale="sr" 
  • In Java applications, you can use either the application web.xml configuration file setting:
    <context-param>
      <param-name>BDC_locale</param-name>
      <param-value>sr</param-value>
    </context-param>
    
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    exampleCaptcha.setLocale("sr"); 
    
    or Standard / Facelets JSF Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:jsfCaptcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="sr"
    
    or JSP Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:captcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="sr"
    
  • In ASP Classic applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the BotDetect\CaptchaConfig.asp file:
    ' Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    ' Classic ASP application to Serbian
    BotDetect.Locale = "sr"
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <%
      Dim ExampleCaptcha : Set ExampleCaptcha = (New Captcha)("ExampleCaptcha")
      ExampleCaptcha.UserInputID = "CaptchaCode"
      ' Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Serbian
      ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "sr"
      Response.Write ExampleCaptcha.Html
    %>
  • In PHP applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the lib/botdetect/CaptchaConfigDefaults.php file:
    // Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    // PHP application to Serbian
    $BDC_CaptchaConfig->Locale = 'sr';
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <?php 
      $ExampleCaptcha = new Captcha("ExampleCaptcha");
      $ExampleCaptcha->UserInputID = "CaptchaCode";
      // Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Serbian
      $ExampleCaptcha->Locale = 'sr';
      echo $ExampleCaptcha->Html(); 
    ?>

Serbian Localized Audio CAPTCHA Sounds

Example audio Captcha sounds generated by BotDetect using the Serbian Locale setting can be heard in the BotDetect Captcha features demo

To use BotDetect sounds localized for the Serbian Captcha Locale, you should also download the Serbian Pronunciation Sound Package and deploy the .bdsp file to the BotDetect sounds folder your application uses:

  • ASP.NET applications use Bin\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the <botDetect> configuration section.
  • Java applications use WEB-INF\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the web.xml configuration file setting.
  • ASP Classic applications use Redistribute\BotDetectSounds in the BotDetect installation folder by default. A custom folder can be specified in the BotDetect/CaptchaConfig.asp file.
  • PHP applications always use lib/botdetect/Resources/Sounds.

Serbian Localized CAPTCHA Codes

The sr Captcha locale uses the default Cyrillic character set, consisting of 25 characters without the Я character for a total of 24 alpha characters.

Unicode Captcha Codes and Font Requirements

This table on the left uses the actual Unicode characters drawn in localized Captcha images.

Displaying these characters in your browser requires having fonts which support them installed on the client machine.

In ASP.NET and ASP Classic versions of BotDetect, generating localized Captcha images using these characters also requires supporting fonts on your server.

If viewing these characters in your browser or generating them in Captcha images on your server fails, you can enable the required localization support for on both client and server machines using Control Panel:

Windows 2000, XP, 2003 Server: Regional and Language Options → Languages → Supplemental language support.

Windows Vista, 7, 2008 Server: Region and Language → Keyboards and Languages → Install/uninstall languages.

CodeStyle.Alpha Serbian CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0410 a А
0x0411 be Б
0x0412 ve В
0x0413 ge Г
0x0414 de Д
0x0415 e Е
0x0416 že Ж
0x0417 ze З (not used)
0x0418 i И
0x041A ka К
0x041B le Л
0x041C me М
0x041D ne Н
0x041E o О
0x041F pe П
0x0420 re Р
0x0421 se С
0x0422 te Т
0x0423 u У
0x0424 fe Ф
0x0425 ha Х
0x0426 e Ц
0x0427 će Ч
0x0428 ša Ш
CodeStyle.Numeric Serbian CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0030 nula 0
0x0031 jedan 1
0x0032 dva 2
0x0033 tri 3
0x0034 četiri 4
0x0035 pet 5
0x0036 šest 6
0x0037 sedam 7 (not used)
0x0038 osam 8
0x0039 devet 9
CodeStyle.Alphanumeric Serbian CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0410 a А
0x0411 be Б
0x0412 ve В
0x0413 ge Г
0x0414 de Д
0x0415 e Е
0x0416 že Ж
0x0417 ze З (not used)
0x0418 i И
0x041A ka К
0x041B le Л
0x041C me М
0x041D ne Н
0x041E o О
0x041F pe П
0x0420 re Р
0x0421 se С
0x0422 te Т
0x0423 u У
0x0424 fe Ф
0x0425 ha Х
0x0426 ce Ц
0x0427 če Ч
0x0428 ša Ш
0x0030 nula 0 (not used)
0x0031 jedan 1 (not used)
0x0032 dva 2 (not used)
0x0033 tri 3
0x0034 četiri 4
0x0035 pet 5
0x0036 šest 6
0x0037 sedam 7 (not used)
0x0038 osam 8
0x0039 devet 9

Serbian CAPTCHA

Captcha Locale overview:

Language Country BotDetect Locale settings
Serbian Serbia sr-Latn

Examples and specifications of individual Captcha feature localizations:

Serbian Localized CAPTCHA Images

Example Captcha images generated by BotDetect using the base Latin character set for all Captcha ImageStyle values can be seen in the BotDetect Captcha image styles demo

To use BotDetect Captcha images localized for the Serbian Captcha Locale in your application, you can specify the Locale value:

  • In ASP.NET applications, you can use either the .aspx page source:
    <!-- Captcha control localized to Serbian Latin -->
    <BotDetect:Captcha ID="ExampleCaptcha" runat="server" Locale="sr-Latn" />
    or the page code-behind:
    [C#]
        
    // Set the Captcha instance Locale to Serbian Latin    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "sr-Latn";
    [VB.NET]
        
    ' Set the Captcha instance Locale to Serbian Latin    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "sr-Latn"

    or Locale-dependent Captcha strings can be configured on application level in the <botDetect> Web.config configuration section:

    <botDetect locale="sr-Latn" 
  • In Java applications, you can use either the application web.xml configuration file setting:
    <context-param>
      <param-name>BDC_locale</param-name>
      <param-value>sr-Latn</param-value>
    </context-param>
    
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    exampleCaptcha.setLocale("sr-Latn"); 
    
    or Standard / Facelets JSF Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:jsfCaptcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="sr-Latn"
    
    or JSP Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:captcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="sr-Latn"
    
  • In ASP Classic applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the BotDetect\CaptchaConfig.asp file:
    ' Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    ' Classic ASP application to Serbian Latin
    BotDetect.Locale = "sr-Latn"
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <%
      Dim ExampleCaptcha : Set ExampleCaptcha = (New Captcha)("ExampleCaptcha")
      ExampleCaptcha.UserInputID = "CaptchaCode"
      ' Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Serbian Latin
      ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "sr-Latn"
      Response.Write ExampleCaptcha.Html
    %>
  • In PHP applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the lib/botdetect/CaptchaConfigDefaults.php file:
    // Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    // PHP application to Serbian Latin
    $BDC_CaptchaConfig->Locale = 'sr-Latn';
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <?php 
      $ExampleCaptcha = new Captcha("ExampleCaptcha");
      $ExampleCaptcha->UserInputID = "CaptchaCode";
      // Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Serbian Latin
      $ExampleCaptcha->Locale = 'sr-Latn';
      echo $ExampleCaptcha->Html(); 
    ?>

Serbian Localized Audio CAPTCHA Sounds

Example audio Captcha sounds generated by BotDetect using the Serbian Locale setting can be heard in the BotDetect Captcha features demo

To use BotDetect sounds localized for the Serbian Captcha Locale, you should also download the Serbian Pronunciation Sound Package and deploy the .bdsp file to the BotDetect sounds folder your application uses:

  • ASP.NET applications use Bin\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the <botDetect> configuration section.
  • Java applications use WEB-INF\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the web.xml configuration file setting.
  • ASP Classic applications use Redistribute\BotDetectSounds in the BotDetect installation folder by default. A custom folder can be specified in the BotDetect/CaptchaConfig.asp file.
  • PHP applications always use lib/botdetect/Resources/Sounds.

Serbian Localized CAPTCHA Codes

The sr-Latn Captcha locale uses the default Latin character set, consisting of 26 characters without the Q,W,X,Y characters, for a total of 22 alpha characters.

CodeStyle.Alpha Serbian CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 a A
0x0042 be B
0x0043 ce C
0x0044 de D
0x0045 e E
0x0046 fe F (not used)
0x0047 ge G (not used)
0x0048 ha H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004A je J
0x004B ka K
0x004C le L (not used)
0x004D me M
0x004E ne N
0x004F o O
0x0050 pe P
0x0052 re R
0x0053 se S
0x0054 te T
0x0055 u U
0x0056 ve V
0x005A ze Z
CodeStyle.Numeric Serbian CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0030 nula 0
0x0031 jedan 1
0x0032 dva 2
0x0033 tri 3
0x0034 četiri 4
0x0035 pet 5
0x0036 šest 6
0x0037 sedam 7 (not used)
0x0038 osam 8
0x0039 devet 9
CodeStyle.Alphanumeric Serbian CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 a A
0x0042 be B
0x0043 ce C
0x0044 de D
0x0045 e E
0x0046 fe F (not used)
0x0047 ge G (not used)
0x0048 ha H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004A je J
0x004B ka K
0x004C le L (not used)
0x004D me M
0x004E ne N
0x004F o O (not used)
0x0050 pe P
0x0052 re R
0x0053 se S
0x0054 te T
0x0055 u U
0x0056 ve V
0x005A ze Z (not used)
0x0030 nula 0 (not used)
0x0031 jedan 1 (not used)
0x0032 dva 2 (not used)
0x0033 tri 3
0x0034 četiri 4
0x0035 pet 5
0x0036 šest 6
0x0037 sedam 7 (not used)
0x0038 osam 8
0x0039 devet 9

This page contains the details of Slovenian Captcha (slovenska Captcha) locales fully supported by BotDetect, for which there are both localized Captcha images and audio Captcha sounds available.

Supported Slovenian CAPTCHA Locales

Locale Language Country Charset Downloads
sl Slovenian Slovenia Latin Slovenian Audio Captcha Pronunciation Sound Package

Slovenian CAPTCHA

Captcha Locale overview:

Language Country BotDetect Locale settings
Slovenian Slovenian sl

Examples and specifications of individual Captcha feature localizations:

Slovenian Localized CAPTCHA Images

Example Captcha images generated by BotDetect using the base Latin character set for all Captcha ImageStyle values can be seen in the BotDetect Captcha image styles demo

To use BotDetect Captcha images localized for the Slovenian Captcha Locale in your application, you can specify the Locale value:

  • In ASP.NET applications, you can use either the .aspx page source:
    <!-- Captcha control localized to Slovenian -->
    <BotDetect:Captcha ID="ExampleCaptcha" runat="server" Locale="sl" />
    or the page code-behind:
    [C#]
        
    // Set the Captcha instance Locale to Slovenian    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "sl";
    [VB.NET]
        
    ' Set the Captcha instance Locale to Slovenian    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "sl"

    or Locale-dependent Captcha strings can be configured on application level in the <botDetect> Web.config configuration section:

    <botDetect locale="sl" 
  • In Java applications, you can use either the application web.xml configuration file setting:
    <context-param>
      <param-name>BDC_locale</param-name>
      <param-value>sl</param-value>
    </context-param>
    
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    exampleCaptcha.setLocale("sl"); 
    
    or Standard / Facelets JSF Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:jsfCaptcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="sl"
    
    or JSP Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:captcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="sl"
    
  • In ASP Classic applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the BotDetect\CaptchaConfig.asp file:
    ' Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    ' Classic ASP application to Slovenian
    BotDetect.Locale = "sl"
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <%
      Dim ExampleCaptcha : Set ExampleCaptcha = (New Captcha)("ExampleCaptcha")
      ExampleCaptcha.UserInputID = "CaptchaCode"
      ' Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Slovenian
      ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "sl"
      Response.Write ExampleCaptcha.Html
    %>
  • In PHP applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the lib/botdetect/CaptchaConfigDefaults.php file:
    // Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    // PHP application to Slovenian
    $BDC_CaptchaConfig->Locale = 'sl';
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <?php 
      $ExampleCaptcha = new Captcha("ExampleCaptcha");
      $ExampleCaptcha->UserInputID = "CaptchaCode";
      // Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Slovenian
      $ExampleCaptcha->Locale = 'sl';
      echo $ExampleCaptcha->Html(); 
    ?>

Slovenian Localized Audio CAPTCHA Sounds

Example audio Captcha sounds generated by BotDetect using the Slovenian Locale setting can be heard in the BotDetect Captcha features demo

To use BotDetect sounds localized for the Slovenian Captcha Locale, you should also download the Slovenian Pronunciation Sound Package and deploy the .bdsp file to the BotDetect sounds folder your application uses:

  • ASP.NET applications use Bin\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the <botDetect> configuration section.
  • Java applications use WEB-INF\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the web.xml configuration file setting.
  • ASP Classic applications use Redistribute\BotDetectSounds in the BotDetect installation folder by default. A custom folder can be specified in the BotDetect/CaptchaConfig.asp file.
  • PHP applications always use lib/botdetect/Resources/Sounds.

Slovenian Localized CAPTCHA Codes

The sl Captcha locale uses the default Latin character set without the Q,W,X,Y characters, for a total of 22 alpha characters.

CodeStyle.Alpha Slovenian CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 a A
0x0042 be B
0x0043 ce C
0x0044 de D
0x0045 e E
0x0046 ef F (not used)
0x0047 ge G (not used)
0x0048 ha H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004A je J
0x004B ka K
0x004C el L (not used)
0x004D em M
0x004E en N
0x004F o O
0x0050 pe P
0x0052 er R
0x0053 es S
0x0054 te T
0x0055 u U
0x0056 ve V
0x005A ze Z
CodeStyle.Numeric Slovenian CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0030 nič 0
0x0031 ena 1
0x0032 dve 2
0x0033 tri 3
0x0034 štiri 4
0x0035 pet 5
0x0036 šest 6
0x0037 sedem 7 (not used)
0x0038 osem 8
0x0039 devet 9
CodeStyle.Alphanumeric Slovenian CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 a A
0x0042 be B
0x0043 ce C
0x0044 de D
0x0045 e E
0x0046 ef F (not used)
0x0047 ge G (not used)
0x0048 ha H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004A je J
0x004B ka K
0x004C el L (not used)
0x004D em M
0x004E en N
0x004F o O (not used)
0x0050 pe P
0x0052 er R
0x0053 es S
0x0054 te T
0x0055 u U
0x0056 ve V
0x005A ze Z (not used)
0x0030 nič 0 (not used)
0x0031 ena 1 (not used)
0x0032 dve 2 (not used)
0x0033 tri 3
0x0034 štiri 4
0x0035 pět 5
0x0036 šest 6
0x0037 sedm 7 (not used)
0x0038 osm 8
0x0039 devet 9

This page contains the details of Spanish Captcha (Captcha Español) locales fully supported by BotDetect, for which there are both localized Captcha images and audio Captcha sounds available.

Supported Spanish CAPTCHA Locales

Locale Language Country Charset Downloads
es Spanish Spain Latin Spanish Audio Captcha Pronunciation Sound Package
es-AR Spanish Argentina Latin Argentinian Spanish Audio Captcha Pronunciation Sound Package
es-CL Spanish Chile Latin Chilean Spanish Audio Captcha Pronunciation Sound Package
es-MX Spanish Mexico Latin Mexican Spanish Audio Captcha Pronunciation Sound Package

Spanish CAPTCHA

Captcha Locale overview:

Language Country BotDetect Locale settings
Spanish Spain es, es-ES

Examples and specifications of individual Captcha feature localizations:

Spanish Localized CAPTCHA Images

Example Captcha images generated by BotDetect using the base Latin character set for all Captcha ImageStyle values can be seen in the BotDetect Captcha image styles demo

To use BotDetect Captcha images localized for the Spanish Captcha Locale in your application, you can specify the Locale value:

  • In ASP.NET applications, you can use either the .aspx page source:
    <!-- Captcha control localized to Spanish -->
    <BotDetect:Captcha ID="ExampleCaptcha" runat="server" Locale="es-ES" />
    or the page code-behind:
    [C#]
        
    // Set the Captcha instance Locale to Spanish    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "es-ES";
    [VB.NET]
        
    ' Set the Captcha instance Locale to Spanish    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "es-ES"

    or Locale-dependent Captcha strings can be configured on application level in the <botDetect> Web.config configuration section:

    <botDetect locale="es-ES" 
  • In Java applications, you can use either the application web.xml configuration file setting:
    <context-param>
      <param-name>BDC_locale</param-name>
      <param-value>es-ES</param-value>
    </context-param>
    
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    exampleCaptcha.setLocale("es-ES"); 
    
    or Standard / Facelets JSF Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:jsfCaptcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="es-ES"
    
    or JSP Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:captcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="es-ES"
    
  • In ASP Classic applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the BotDetect\CaptchaConfig.asp file:
    ' Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    ' Classic ASP application to Spanish
    BotDetect.Locale = "es-ES"
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <%
      Dim ExampleCaptcha : Set ExampleCaptcha = (New Captcha)("ExampleCaptcha")
      ExampleCaptcha.UserInputID = "CaptchaCode"
      ' Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Spanish
      ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "es-ES"
      Response.Write ExampleCaptcha.Html
    %>
  • In PHP applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the lib/botdetect/CaptchaConfigDefaults.php file:
    // Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    // PHP application to Spanish
    $BDC_CaptchaConfig->Locale = 'es-ES';
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <?php 
      $ExampleCaptcha = new Captcha("ExampleCaptcha");
      $ExampleCaptcha->UserInputID = "CaptchaCode";
      // Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Spanish
      $ExampleCaptcha->Locale = 'es-ES';
      echo $ExampleCaptcha->Html(); 
    ?>

Spanish Localized Audio CAPTCHA Sounds

Example audio Captcha sounds generated by BotDetect using the Spanish Locale setting can be heard in the BotDetect Captcha features demo

To use BotDetect sounds localized for the Spanish Captcha Locale, you should also download the Spanish Pronunciation Sound Package and deploy the .bdsp file to the BotDetect sounds folder your application uses:

  • ASP.NET applications use Bin\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the <botDetect> configuration section.
  • Java applications use WEB-INF\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the web.xml configuration file setting.
  • ASP Classic applications use Redistribute\BotDetectSounds in the BotDetect installation folder by default. A custom folder can be specified in the BotDetect/CaptchaConfig.asp file.
  • PHP applications always use lib/botdetect/Resources/Sounds.

Spanish Localized CAPTCHA Codes

The es-ES Captcha locale uses the default Latin character set, consisting of 26 characters.

CodeStyle.Alpha Spanish CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 a A
0x0042 be B
0x0043 ce C
0x0044 de D
0x0045 e E
0x0046 efe F (not used)
0x0047 ge G (not used)
0x0048 hache H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004A jota J
0x004B ka K
0x004C ele L (not used)
0x004D eme M
0x004E ene N
0x004F o O
0x0050 pe P
0x0051 cu Q (not used)
0x0052 erre R
0x0053 ese S
0x0054 te T
0x0055 u U
0x0056 uve V
0x0057 uve doble W
0x0058 equis X
0x0059 i griega Y
0x005A zeta Z
CodeStyle.Numeric Spanish CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0030 zero 0
0x0031 one 1
0x0032 two 2
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9
CodeStyle.Alphanumeric Spanish CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 a A
0x0042 be B
0x0043 ce C
0x0044 de D
0x0045 e E
0x0046 efe F (not used)
0x0047 ge G (not used)
0x0048 hache H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004A jota J
0x004B ka K
0x004C ele L (not used)
0x004D eme M
0x004E ene N
0x004F o O (not used)
0x0050 pe P
0x0051 cu Q (not used)
0x0052 erre R
0x0053 ese S
0x0054 te T
0x0055 u U
0x0056 uve V
0x0057 uve doble W
0x0058 equis X
0x0059 i griega Y
0x005A zeta Z (not used)
0x0030 zero 0 (not used)
0x0031 one 1 (not used)
0x0032 two 2 (not used)
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9

Argentinian Spanish CAPTCHA

Captcha Locale overview:

Language Country BotDetect Locale settings
Argentinian Spanish Argentina es-AR

Examples and specifications of individual Captcha feature localizations:

Argentinian Spanish Localized CAPTCHA Images

Example Captcha images generated by BotDetect using the base Latin character set for all Captcha ImageStyle values can be seen in the BotDetect Captcha image styles demo

To use BotDetect Captcha images localized for the Argentinian Spanish Captcha Locale in your application, you can specify the Locale value:

  • In ASP.NET applications, you can use either the .aspx page source:
    <!-- Captcha control localized to Argentinian Spanish -->
    <BotDetect:Captcha ID="ExampleCaptcha" runat="server" Locale="es-AR" />
    or the page code-behind:
    [C#]
        
    // Set the Captcha instance Locale to Argentinian Spanish    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "es-AR";
    [VB.NET]
        
    ' Set the Captcha instance Locale to Argentinian Spanish    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "es-AR"

    or Locale-dependent Captcha strings can be configured on application level in the <botDetect> Web.config configuration section:

    <botDetect locale="es-AR" 
  • In Java applications, you can use either the application web.xml configuration file setting:
    <context-param>
      <param-name>BDC_locale</param-name>
      <param-value>es-AR</param-value>
    </context-param>
    
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    exampleCaptcha.setLocale("es-AR"); 
    
    or Standard / Facelets JSF Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:jsfCaptcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="es-AR"
    
    or JSP Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:captcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="es-AR"
    
  • In ASP Classic applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the BotDetect\CaptchaConfig.asp file:
    ' Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    ' Classic ASP application to Argentinian Spanish
    BotDetect.Locale = "es-AR"
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <%
      Dim ExampleCaptcha : Set ExampleCaptcha = (New Captcha)( "ExampleCaptcha")
      ExampleCaptcha.UserInputID = "CaptchaCode"
      ' Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Argentinian Spanish
      ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "es-AR"
      Response.Write ExampleCaptcha.Html
    %>
  • In PHP applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the lib/botdetect/CaptchaConfigDefaults.php file:
    // Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    // PHP application to Argentinian Spanish
    $BDC_CaptchaConfig->Locale = 'es-AR';
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <?php 
      $ExampleCaptcha = new Captcha("ExampleCaptcha");
      $ExampleCaptcha->UserInputID = "CaptchaCode";
      // Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Argentinian Spanish
      $ExampleCaptcha->Locale = 'es-AR';
      echo $ExampleCaptcha->Html(); 
    ?>

Argentinian Spanish Localized Audio CAPTCHA Sounds

Example audio Captcha sounds generated by BotDetect using the Argentinian Spanish Locale setting can be heard in the BotDetect Captcha features demo

To use BotDetect sounds localized for the Argentinian Spanish Captcha Locale, you should also download the Argentinian Spanish Pronunciation Sound Package and deploy the .bdsp file to the BotDetect sounds folder your application uses:

  • ASP.NET applications use Bin\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the <botDetect> configuration section.
  • Java applications use WEB-INF\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the web.xml configuration file setting.
  • ASP Classic applications use Redistribute\BotDetectSounds in the BotDetect installation folder by default. A custom folder can be specified in the BotDetect/CaptchaConfig.asp file.
  • PHP applications always use lib/botdetect/Resources/Sounds.

Argentinian Spanish Localized CAPTCHA Codes

The es-AR Captcha locale uses the default Latin character set, consisting of 26 characters.

CodeStyle.Alpha Argentinian Spanish CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 a A
0x0042 be B (not used)
0x0043 ce C
0x0044 de D
0x0045 e E
0x0046 efe F (not used)
0x0047 ge G (not used)
0x0048 hache H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004A jota J
0x004B ka K
0x004C ele L (not used)
0x004D eme M
0x004E ene N
0x004F o O
0x0050 pe P
0x0051 cu Q (not used)
0x0052 erre R
0x0053 ese S
0x0054 te T
0x0055 u U
0x0056 ve V (not used)
0x0057 doble ve W
0x0058 equis X
0x0059 i griega Y
0x005A zeta Z
CodeStyle.Numeric Argentinian Spanish CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0030 zero 0
0x0031 one 1
0x0032 two 2
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9
CodeStyle.Alphanumeric Argentinian Spanish CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 a A
0x0042 be B (not used)
0x0043 ce C
0x0044 de D
0x0045 e E
0x0046 efe F (not used)
0x0047 ge G (not used)
0x0048 hache H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004A jota J
0x004B ka K
0x004C ele L (not used)
0x004D eme M
0x004E ene N
0x004F o O (not used)
0x0050 pe P
0x0051 cu Q (not used)
0x0052 erre R
0x0053 ese S
0x0054 te T
0x0055 u U
0x0056 ve V (not used)
0x0057 doble ve W
0x0058 equis X
0x0059 i griega Y
0x005A zeta Z (not used)
0x0030 zero 0 (not used)
0x0031 one 1 (not used)
0x0032 two 2 (not used)
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9

Chilean Spanish CAPTCHA

Captcha Locale overview:

Language Country BotDetect Locale settings
Chilean Spanish Chile es-CL

Examples and specifications of individual Captcha feature localizations:

Chilean Spanish Localized CAPTCHA Images

Example Captcha images generated by BotDetect using the base Latin character set for all Captcha ImageStyle values can be seen in the BotDetect Captcha image styles demo

To use BotDetect Captcha images localized for the Chilean Spanish Captcha Locale in your application, you can specify the Locale value:

  • In ASP.NET applications, you can use either the .aspx page source:
    <!-- Captcha control localized to Chilean Spanish -->
    <BotDetect:Captcha ID="ExampleCaptcha" runat="server" Locale="es-CL" />
    or the page code-behind:
    [C#]
        
    // Set the Captcha instance Locale to Chilean Spanish    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "es-CL";
    [VB.NET]
        
    ' Set the Captcha instance Locale to Chilean Spanish    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "es-CL"

    or Locale-dependent Captcha strings can be configured on application level in the <botDetect> Web.config configuration section:

    <botDetect locale="es-CL" 
  • In Java applications, you can use either the application web.xml configuration file setting:
    <context-param>
      <param-name>BDC_locale</param-name>
      <param-value>es-CL</param-value>
    </context-param>
    
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    exampleCaptcha.setLocale("es-CL"); 
    
    or Standard / Facelets JSF Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:jsfCaptcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="es-CL"
    
    or JSP Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:captcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="es-CL"
    
  • In ASP Classic applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the BotDetect\CaptchaConfig.asp file:
    ' Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    ' Classic ASP application to Chilean Spanish
    BotDetect.Locale = "es-CL"
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <%
      Dim ExampleCaptcha : Set ExampleCaptcha = (New Captcha)("ExampleCaptcha")
      ExampleCaptcha.UserInputID = "CaptchaCode"
      ' Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Chilean Spanish
      ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "es-CL"
      Response.Write ExampleCaptcha.Html
    %>
  • In PHP applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the lib/botdetect/CaptchaConfigDefaults.php file:
    // Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    // PHP application to Chilean Spanish
    $BDC_CaptchaConfig->Locale = 'es-CL';
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <?php 
      $ExampleCaptcha = new Captcha("ExampleCaptcha");
      $ExampleCaptcha->UserInputID = "CaptchaCode";
      // Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Chilean Spanish
      $ExampleCaptcha->Locale = 'es-CL';
      echo $ExampleCaptcha->Html(); 
    ?>

Chilean Spanish Localized Audio CAPTCHA Sounds

Example audio Captcha sounds generated by BotDetect using the Chilean Spanish Locale setting can be heard in the BotDetect Captcha features demo

To use BotDetect sounds localized for the Chilean Spanish Captcha Locale, you should also download the Chilean Spanish Pronunciation Sound Package and deploy the .bdsp file to the BotDetect sounds folder your application uses:

  • ASP.NET applications use Bin\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the <botDetect> configuration section.
  • Java applications use WEB-INF\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the web.xml configuration file setting.
  • ASP Classic applications use Redistribute\BotDetectSounds in the BotDetect installation folder by default. A custom folder can be specified in the BotDetect/CaptchaConfig.asp file.
  • PHP applications always use lib/botdetect/Resources/Sounds.

Chilean Spanish Localized CAPTCHA Codes

The es-CL Captcha locale uses the default Latin character set, consisting of 26 characters.

CodeStyle.Alpha Chilean Spanish CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 a A
0x0042 be B (not used)
0x0043 ce C
0x0044 de D
0x0045 e E
0x0046 efe F (not used)
0x0047 ge G (not used)
0x0048 hache H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004A jota J
0x004B ka K
0x004C ele L (not used)
0x004D eme M
0x004E ene N
0x004F o O
0x0050 pe P
0x0051 cu Q (not used)
0x0052 erre R
0x0053 ese S
0x0054 te T
0x0055 u U
0x0056 be V (not used)
0x0057 doble ve W
0x0058 equis X
0x0059 i griega Y
0x005A zeta Z
CodeStyle.Numeric Chilean Spanish CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0030 zero 0
0x0031 one 1
0x0032 two 2
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9
CodeStyle.Alphanumeric Chilean Spanish CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 a A
0x0042 be B (not used)
0x0043 ce C
0x0044 de D
0x0045 e E
0x0046 efe F (not used)
0x0047 ge G (not used)
0x0048 hache H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004A jota J
0x004B ka K
0x004C ele L (not used)
0x004D eme M
0x004E ene N
0x004F o O (not used)
0x0050 pe P
0x0051 cu Q (not used)
0x0052 erre R
0x0053 ese S
0x0054 te T
0x0055 u U
0x0056 be V (not used)
0x0057 doble ve W
0x0058 equis X
0x0059 i griega Y
0x005A zeta Z (not used)
0x0030 zero 0 (not used)
0x0031 one 1 (not used)
0x0032 two 2 (not used)
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9

Mexican Spanish CAPTCHA

Captcha Locale overview:

Language Country BotDetect Locale settings
Mexican Spanish Mexico es-MX

Examples and specifications of individual Captcha feature localizations:

Mexican Spanish Localized CAPTCHA Images

Example Captcha images generated by BotDetect using the base Latin character set for all Captcha ImageStyle values can be seen in the BotDetect Captcha image styles demo

To use BotDetect Captcha images localized for the Mexican Spanish Captcha Locale in your application, you can specify the Locale value:

  • In ASP.NET applications, you can use either the .aspx page source:
    <!-- Captcha control localized to Mexican Spanish -->
    <BotDetect:Captcha ID="ExampleCaptcha" runat="server" Locale="es-MX" />
    or the page code-behind:
    [C#]
        
    // Set the Captcha instance Locale to Mexican Spanish    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "es-MX";
    [VB.NET]
        
    ' Set the Captcha instance Locale to Mexican Spanish    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "es-MX"

    or Locale-dependent Captcha strings can be configured on application level in the <botDetect> Web.config configuration section:

    <botDetect locale="es-MX" 
  • In Java applications, you can use either the application web.xml configuration file setting:
    <context-param>
      <param-name>BDC_locale</param-name>
      <param-value>es-MX</param-value>
    </context-param>
    
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    exampleCaptcha.setLocale("es-MX"); 
    
    or Standard / Facelets JSF Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:jsfCaptcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="es-MX"
    
    or JSP Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:captcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="es-MX"
    
  • In ASP Classic applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the BotDetect\CaptchaConfig.asp file:
    ' Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    ' Classic ASP application to Mexican Spanish
    BotDetect.Locale = "es-MX"
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <%
      Dim ExampleCaptcha : Set ExampleCaptcha = (New Captcha)("ExampleCaptcha")
      ExampleCaptcha.UserInputID = "CaptchaCode"
      ' Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Mexican Spanish
      ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "es-MX"
      Response.Write ExampleCaptcha.Html
    %>
  • In PHP applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the lib/botdetect/CaptchaConfigDefaults.php file:
    // Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    // PHP application to Mexican Spanish
    $BDC_CaptchaConfig->Locale = 'es-MX';
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <?php 
      $ExampleCaptcha = new Captcha("ExampleCaptcha");
      $ExampleCaptcha->UserInputID = "CaptchaCode";
      // Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Mexican Spanish
      $ExampleCaptcha->Locale = 'es-MX';
      echo $ExampleCaptcha->Html(); 
    ?>

Mexican Spanish Localized Audio CAPTCHA Sounds

Example audio Captcha sounds generated by BotDetect using the Mexican Spanish Locale setting can be heard in the BotDetect Captcha features demo

To use BotDetect sounds localized for the Mexican Spanish Captcha Locale, you should also download the Mexican Spanish Pronunciation Sound Package and deploy the .bdsp file to the BotDetect sounds folder your application uses:

  • ASP.NET applications use Bin\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the <botDetect> configuration section.
  • Java applications use WEB-INF\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the web.xml configuration file setting.
  • ASP Classic applications use Redistribute\BotDetectSounds in the BotDetect installation folder by default. A custom folder can be specified in the BotDetect/CaptchaConfig.asp file.
  • PHP applications always use lib/botdetect/Resources/Sounds.

Mexican Spanish Localized CAPTCHA Codes

The es-MX Captcha locale uses the default Latin character set, consisting of 26 characters.

CodeStyle.Alpha Mexican Spanish CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 a A
0x0042 be B (not used)
0x0043 ce C
0x0044 de D
0x0045 e E
0x0046 efe F (not used)
0x0047 ge G (not used)
0x0048 hache H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004A jota J
0x004B ka K
0x004C ele L (not used)
0x004D eme M
0x004E ene N
0x004F o O
0x0050 pe P
0x0051 cu Q (not used)
0x0052 erre R
0x0053 ese S
0x0054 te T
0x0055 u U
0x0056 uve V (not used)
0x0057 doble u W
0x0058 equis X
0x0059 i griega Y
0x005A zeta Z
CodeStyle.Numeric Mexican Spanish CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0030 zero 0
0x0031 one 1
0x0032 two 2
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9
CodeStyle.Alphanumeric Mexican Spanish CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 a A
0x0042 be B (not used)
0x0043 ce C
0x0044 de D
0x0045 e E
0x0046 efe F (not used)
0x0047 ge G (not used)
0x0048 hache H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004A jota J
0x004B ka K
0x004C ele L (not used)
0x004D eme M
0x004E ene N
0x004F o O (not used)
0x0050 pe P
0x0051 cu Q (not used)
0x0052 erre R
0x0053 ese S
0x0054 te T
0x0055 u U
0x0056 uve V (not used)
0x0057 doble u W
0x0058 equis X
0x0059 i griega Y
0x005A zeta Z (not used)
0x0030 zero 0 (not used)
0x0031 one 1 (not used)
0x0032 two 2 (not used)
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9

This page contains the details of Swedish Captcha (Svenska Captcha) locales fully supported by BotDetect, for which there are both localized Captcha images and audio Captcha sounds available.

Supported Swedish CAPTCHA Locales

Locale Language Country Charset Downloads
sv Swedish Sweden Latin Swedish Audio Captcha Pronunciation Sound Package

Swedish CAPTCHA

Captcha Locale overview:

Language Country BotDetect Locale settings
Swedish Sweden sv

Examples and specifications of individual Captcha feature localizations:

Swedish Localized CAPTCHA Images

Example Captcha images generated by BotDetect using the base Latin character set for all Captcha ImageStyle values can be seen in the BotDetect Captcha image styles demo

To use BotDetect Captcha images localized for the Swedish Captcha Locale in your application, you can specify the Locale value:

  • In ASP.NET applications, you can use either the .aspx page source:
    <!-- Captcha control localized to Swedish -->
    <BotDetect:Captcha ID="ExampleCaptcha" runat="server" Locale="sv" />
    or the page code-behind:
    [C#]
        
    // Set the Captcha instance Locale to Swedish    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "sv";
    [VB.NET]
        
    ' Set the Captcha instance Locale to Swedish    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "sv"

    or Locale-dependent Captcha strings can be configured on application level in the <botDetect> Web.config configuration section:

    <botDetect locale="sv" 
  • In Java applications, you can use either the application web.xml configuration file setting:
    <context-param>
      <param-name>BDC_locale</param-name>
      <param-value>sv</param-value>
    </context-param>
    
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    exampleCaptcha.setLocale("sv"); 
    
    or Standard / Facelets JSF Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:jsfCaptcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="sv"
    
    or JSP Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:captcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="sv"
    
  • In ASP Classic applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the BotDetect\CaptchaConfig.asp file:
    ' Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    ' Classic ASP application to Swedish
    BotDetect.Locale = "sv"
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <%
      Dim ExampleCaptcha : Set ExampleCaptcha = (New Captcha)("ExampleCaptcha")
      ExampleCaptcha.UserInputID = "CaptchaCode"
      ' Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Swedish
      ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "sv"
      Response.Write ExampleCaptcha.Html
    %>
  • In PHP applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the lib/botdetect/CaptchaConfigDefaults.php file:
    // Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    // PHP application to Swedish
    $BDC_CaptchaConfig->Locale = 'sv';
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <?php 
      $ExampleCaptcha = new Captcha("ExampleCaptcha");
      $ExampleCaptcha->UserInputID = "CaptchaCode";
      // Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Swedish
      $ExampleCaptcha->Locale = 'sv';
      echo $ExampleCaptcha->Html(); 
    ?>

Swedish Localized audio CAPTCHA Sounds

Example audio Captcha sounds generated by BotDetect using the Swedish Locale setting can be heard in the BotDetect Captcha features demo

To use BotDetect sounds localized for the Swedish Captcha Locale, you should also download the Swedish Pronunciation Sound Package and deploy the .bdsp file to the BotDetect sounds folder your application uses:

  • ASP.NET applications use Bin\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the <botDetect> configuration section.
  • Java applications use WEB-INF\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the web.xml configuration file setting.
  • ASP Classic applications use Redistribute\BotDetectSounds in the BotDetect installation folder by default. A custom folder can be specified in the BotDetect/CaptchaConfig.asp file.
  • PHP applications always use lib/botdetect/Resources/Sounds.

Swedish Localized CAPTCHA Codes

The sv Captcha locale uses a modified version of the Latin character set without the C, Q, W, X, Z characters, for a total of 21 alpha characters.

CodeStyle.Alpha Swedish CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 a A
0x0042 be B
0x0043 se C
0x0044 de D
0x0045 e E
0x0046 eff F (not used)
0x0047 ge G (not used)
0x0048 H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004A ji J
0x004B K
0x004C ell L (not used)
0x004D em M
0x004E en N
0x004F o O
0x0050 pe P
0x0051 ku Q (not used)
0x0052 ärr R
0x0053 ess S
0x0054 te T
0x0055 u U
0x0056 ve V
0x0057 dubbel-ve W
0x0058 eks X
0x0059 y Y
0x005A säta Z
CodeStyle.Numeric Swedish CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0030 zero 0
0x0031 one 1
0x0032 two 2
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9
CodeStyle.Alphanumeric Swedish CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 a A
0x0042 be B
0x0043 se C
0x0044 de D
0x0045 e E
0x0046 eff F (not used)
0x0047 ge G (not used)
0x0048 H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004A ji J
0x004B K
0x004C ell L (not used)
0x004D em M
0x004E en N
0x004F o O (not used)
0x0050 pe P
0x0051 ku Q (not used)
0x0052 ärr R
0x0053 ess S
0x0054 te T
0x0055 u U
0x0056 ve V
0x0057 dubbel-ve W
0x0058 eks X
0x0059 y Y
0x005A säta Z (not used)
0x0030 zero 0 (not used)
0x0031 one 1 (not used)
0x0032 two 2 (not used)
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9

This page contains the details of Turkish Captcha (Türkçe Captcha) locales fully supported by BotDetect, for which there are both localized Captcha images and audio Captcha sounds available.

Supported Turkish CAPTCHA Locales

Locale Language Country Charset Downloads
tr Turkish Turkey Latin Turkish Audio Captcha Pronunciation Sound Package

Turkish CAPTCHA

Captcha Locale overview:

Language Country BotDetect Locale settings
Turkish Turkey tr, tr-TR

Examples and specifications of individual Captcha feature localizations:

Turkish Localized CAPTCHA Images

Example Captcha images generated by BotDetect using the base Latin character set for all Captcha ImageStyle values can be seen in the BotDetect Captcha image styles demo

To use BotDetect Captcha images localized for the Turkish Captcha Locale in your application, you can specify the Locale value:

  • In ASP.NET applications, you can use either the .aspx page source:
    <!-- Captcha control localized to Turkish -->
    <BotDetect:Captcha ID="ExampleCaptcha" runat="server" Locale="tr" />
    or the page code-behind:
    [C#]
        
    // Set the Captcha instance Locale to Turkish    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "tr";
    [VB.NET]
        
    ' Set the Captcha instance Locale to Turkish    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "tr"

    or Locale-dependent Captcha strings can be configured on application level in the <botDetect> Web.config configuration section:

    <botDetect locale="tr" 
  • In Java applications, you can use either the application web.xml configuration file setting:
    <context-param>
      <param-name>BDC_locale</param-name>
      <param-value>tr</param-value>
    </context-param>
    
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    exampleCaptcha.setLocale("tr"); 
    
    or Standard / Facelets JSF Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:jsfCaptcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="tr"
    
    or JSP Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:captcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="tr"
    
  • In ASP Classic applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the BotDetect\CaptchaConfig.asp file:
    ' Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    ' Classic ASP application to Turkish
    BotDetect.Locale = "tr"
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <%
      Dim ExampleCaptcha : Set ExampleCaptcha = (New Captcha)("ExampleCaptcha")
      ExampleCaptcha.UserInputID = "CaptchaCode"
      ' Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Turkish
      ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "tr"
      Response.Write ExampleCaptcha.Html
    %>
  • In PHP applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the lib/botdetect/CaptchaConfigDefaults.php file:
    // Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    // PHP application to Turkish
    $BDC_CaptchaConfig->Locale = 'tr';
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <?php 
      $ExampleCaptcha = new Captcha("ExampleCaptcha");
      $ExampleCaptcha->UserInputID = "CaptchaCode";
      // Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Turkish
      $ExampleCaptcha->Locale = 'tr';
      echo $ExampleCaptcha->Html(); 
    ?>

Turkish Localized Audio CAPTCHA Sounds

Example audio Captcha sounds generated by BotDetect using the Turkish Locale setting can be heard in the BotDetect Captcha features demo

To use BotDetect sounds localized for the Turkish Captcha Locale, you should also download the Turkish Pronunciation Sound Package and deploy the .bdsp file to the BotDetect sounds folder your application uses:

  • ASP.NET applications use Bin\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the <botDetect> configuration section.
  • Java applications use WEB-INF\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the web.xml configuration file setting.
  • ASP Classic applications use Redistribute\BotDetectSounds in the BotDetect installation folder by default. A custom folder can be specified in the BotDetect/CaptchaConfig.asp file.
  • PHP applications always use lib/botdetect/Resources/Sounds.

Turkish Localized CAPTCHA Codes

The tr-TR Captcha locale uses a modified version of the Latin character set without the Q,W,X characters, for a total of 23 alpha characters.

CodeStyle.Alpha Turkish CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 a A
0x0042 be B
0x0043 ce C
0x0044 de D
0x0045 e E
0x0046 fe F (not used)
0x0047 ge G (not used)
0x0048 he H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004A je J
0x004B ke K
0x004C le L (not used)
0x004D me M
0x004E ne N
0x004F o O
0x0050 pe P
0x0052 re R
0x0053 se S
0x0054 te T
0x0055 u U
0x0056 ve V
0x0059 ye Y
CodeStyle.Numeric Turkish CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0030 zero 0
0x0031 one 1
0x0032 two 2
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9
CodeStyle.Alphanumeric Turkish CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 a A
0x0042 be B
0x0043 ce C
0x0044 de D
0x0045 e E
0x0046 fe F (not used)
0x0047 ge G (not used)
0x0048 he H
0x0049 i I (not used)
0x004A je J
0x004B ke K
0x004C le L (not used)
0x004D me M
0x004E ne N
0x004F o O (not used)
0x0050 pe P
0x0052 re R
0x0053 se S
0x0054 te T
0x0055 u U
0x0056 ve V
0x0059 ye Y
0x0030 zero 0 (not used)
0x0031 one 1 (not used)
0x0032 two 2 (not used)
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9

This page contains the details of Ukrainian Captcha (Український капчі) locales fully supported by BotDetect, for which there are both localized Captcha images and audio Captcha sounds available.

Supported Ukrainian CAPTCHA Locales

Locale Language Country Charset Downloads
uk Ukrainian Ukraine Cyrillic Ukrainian Audio Captcha Pronunciation Sound Package

Ukrainian CAPTCHA

Captcha Locale overview:

Language Country BotDetect Locale settings
Ukrainian Ukraine uk, uk-UA

Examples and specifications of individual Captcha feature localizations:

Ukrainian Localized CAPTCHA Images

Example Captcha images generated by BotDetect using the base Cyrillic character set for all Captcha ImageStyle values can be seen in the BotDetect Captcha image styles demo

To use BotDetect Captcha images localized for the Ukrainian Captcha Locale in your application, you can specify the Locale value:

  • In ASP.NET applications, you can use either the .aspx page source:
    <!-- Captcha control localized to Ukrainian -->
    <BotDetect:Captcha ID="ExampleCaptcha" runat="server" Locale="uk" />
    or the page code-behind:
    [C#]
        
    // Set the Captcha instance Locale to Ukrainian    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "uk";
    [VB.NET]
        
    ' Set the Captcha instance Locale to Ukrainian    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "uk"

    or Locale-dependent Captcha strings can be configured on application level in the <botDetect> Web.config configuration section:

    <botDetect locale="uk" 
  • In Java applications, you can use either the application web.xml configuration file setting:
    <context-param>
      <param-name>BDC_locale</param-name>
      <param-value>uk</param-value>
    </context-param>
    
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    exampleCaptcha.setLocale("uk"); 
    
    or Standard / Facelets JSF Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:jsfCaptcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="uk"
    
    or JSP Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:captcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="uk"
    
  • In ASP Classic applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the BotDetect\CaptchaConfig.asp file:
    ' Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    ' Classic ASP application to Ukrainian
    BotDetect.Locale = "uk"
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <%
      Dim ExampleCaptcha : Set ExampleCaptcha = (New Captcha)( "ExampleCaptcha")
      ExampleCaptcha.UserInputID = "CaptchaCode"
      ' Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Ukrainian
      ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "uk"
      Response.Write ExampleCaptcha.Html
    %>
  • In PHP applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the lib/botdetect/CaptchaConfigDefaults.php file:
    // Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    // PHP application to Ukrainian
    $BDC_CaptchaConfig->Locale = 'uk';
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <?php 
      $ExampleCaptcha = new Captcha("ExampleCaptcha");
      $ExampleCaptcha->UserInputID = "CaptchaCode";
      // Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Ukrainian
      $ExampleCaptcha->Locale = 'uk';
      echo $ExampleCaptcha->Html(); 
    ?>

Ukrainian Localized Audio CAPTCHA Sounds

Example audio Captcha sounds generated by BotDetect using the Ukrainian Locale setting can be heard in the BotDetect Captcha features demo

To use BotDetect sounds localized for the Ukrainian Captcha Locale, you should also download the Ukrainian Pronunciation Sound Package and deploy the .bdsp file to the BotDetect sounds folder your application uses:

  • ASP.NET applications use Bin\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the <botDetect> configuration section.
  • Java applications use WEB-INF\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the web.xml configuration file setting.
  • ASP Classic applications use Redistribute\BotDetectSounds in the BotDetect installation folder by default. A custom folder can be specified in the BotDetect/CaptchaConfig.asp file.
  • PHP applications always use lib/botdetect/Resources/Sounds.

Ukrainian Localized CAPTCHA Codes

The uk-UA Captcha locale uses the default Cyrillic character set, consisting of 25 characters.

Unicode Captcha Codes and Font Requirements

This table on the left uses the actual Unicode characters drawn in localized Captcha images.

Displaying these characters in your browser requires having fonts which support them installed on the client machine.

In ASP.NET and ASP Classic versions of BotDetect, generating localized Captcha images using these characters also requires supporting fonts on your server.

If viewing these characters in your browser or generating them in Captcha images on your server fails, you can enable the required localization support for on both client and server machines using Control Panel:

Windows 2000, XP, 2003 Server: Regional and Language Options → Languages → Supplemental language support.

Windows Vista, 7, 2008 Server: Region and Language → Keyboards and Languages → Install/uninstall languages.

CodeStyle.Alpha Ukrainian CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0410 a А
0x0411 be Б
0x0412 ve В
0x0413 ghe Г
0x0414 de Д
0x0415 ie Е
0x0416 zhe Ж
0x0417 ze З
0x0418 i И
0x041A ka К
0x041B el Л
0x041C em М
0x041D en Н
0x041E o О
0x041F pe П
0x0420 er Р
0x0421 es С
0x0422 te Т
0x0423 u У
0x0424 ef Ф
0x0425 ha Х
0x0426 tse Ц
0x0427 che Ч
0x0428 sha Ш
0x042F ya Я
CodeStyle.Numeric Ukrainian CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0030 zero 0
0x0031 one 1
0x0032 two 2
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9
CodeStyle.Alphanumeric Ukrainian CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0410 a А
0x0411 be Б
0x0412 ve В
0x0413 ghe Г
0x0414 de Д
0x0415 ie Е
0x0416 zhe Ж
0x0417 ze З (not used)
0x0418 i И
0x041A ka К
0x041B el Л
0x041C em М
0x041D en Н
0x041E o О
0x041F pe П
0x0420 er Р
0x0421 es С
0x0422 te Т
0x0423 u У
0x0424 ef Ф
0x0425 ha Х
0x0426 tse Ц
0x0427 che Ч
0x0428 sha Ш
0x042F ya Я
0x0030 zero 0
0x0031 one 1
0x0032 two 2
0x0033 three 3 (not used)
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9

This page contains the details of Vietnamese Captcha (việt Captcha) locales fully supported by BotDetect, for which there are both localized Captcha images and audio Captcha sounds available.

Supported Vietnamese CAPTCHA Locales

Locale Language Country Charset Downloads
vi Vietnamese Vietnam Latin Vietnamese Audio Captcha Pronunciation Sound Package

Vietnamese CAPTCHA

Captcha Locale overview:

Language Country BotDetect Locale settings
Vietnamese Vietnam vi, vi-VN

Examples and specifications of individual Captcha feature localizations:

Vietnamese Localized CAPTCHA Images

Example Captcha images generated by BotDetect using the base Latin character set for all Captcha ImageStyle values can be seen in the BotDetect Captcha image styles demo

To use BotDetect Captcha images localized for the Vietnamese Captcha Locale in your application, you can specify the Locale value:

  • In ASP.NET applications, you can use either the .aspx page source:
    <!-- Captcha control localized to Vietnamese -->
    <BotDetect:Captcha ID="ExampleCaptcha" runat="server" Locale="vi" />
    or the page code-behind:
    [C#]
        
    // Set the Captcha instance Locale to Vietnamese    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "vi";
    [VB.NET]
        
    ' Set the Captcha instance Locale to Vietnamese    
    ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "vi"

    or Locale-dependent Captcha strings can be configured on application level in the <botDetect> Web.config configuration section:

    <botDetect locale="vi" 
  • In Java applications, you can use either the application web.xml configuration file setting:
    <context-param>
      <param-name>BDC_locale</param-name>
      <param-value>vi</param-value>
    </context-param>
    
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    exampleCaptcha.setLocale("vi"); 
    
    or Standard / Facelets JSF Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:jsfCaptcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="vi"
    
    or JSP Captcha Tag page source:
    <botDetect:captcha id="exampleCaptcha" locale="vi"
    
  • In ASP Classic applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the BotDetect\CaptchaConfig.asp file:
    ' Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    ' Classic ASP application to Vietnamese
    BotDetect.Locale = "vi"
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <%
      Dim ExampleCaptcha : Set ExampleCaptcha = (New Captcha)("ExampleCaptcha")
      ExampleCaptcha.UserInputID = "CaptchaCode"
      ' Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Vietnamese
      ExampleCaptcha.Locale = "vi"
      Response.Write ExampleCaptcha.Html
    %>
  • In PHP applications, you can use either the application-global setting in the lib/botdetect/CaptchaConfigDefaults.php file:
    // Set the default Locale for all Captcha instances in the 
    // PHP application to Vietnamese
    $BDC_CaptchaConfig->Locale = 'vi';
    or the Captcha object instance-specific value:
    <?php 
      $ExampleCaptcha = new Captcha("ExampleCaptcha");
      $ExampleCaptcha->UserInputID = "CaptchaCode";
      // Set the Captcha object instance Locale to Vietnamese
      $ExampleCaptcha->Locale = 'vi';
      echo $ExampleCaptcha->Html(); 
    ?>

Vietnamese Localized Audio CAPTCHA Sounds

Example audio Captcha sounds generated by BotDetect using the Vietnamese Locale setting can be heard in the BotDetect Captcha features demo

To use BotDetect sounds localized for the Vietnamese Captcha Locale, you should also download the Vietnamese Pronunciation Sound Package and deploy the .bdsp file to the BotDetect sounds folder your application uses:

  • ASP.NET applications use Bin\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the <botDetect> configuration section.
  • Java applications use WEB-INF\BotDetectSounds by default. A custom folder can be specified in the web.xml configuration file setting.
  • ASP Classic applications use Redistribute\BotDetectSounds in the BotDetect installation folder by default. A custom folder can be specified in the BotDetect/CaptchaConfig.asp file.
  • PHP applications always use lib/botdetect/Resources/Sounds.

Vietnamese Localized CAPTCHA Codes

The vi-VN Captcha locale uses a modified version of the Latin character set without F,J,W,Z characters, for a total of 22 alpha characters.

CodeStyle.Alpha Vietnamese CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 a A
0x0042 bê, bờ B
0x0043 xê, cờ C
0x0044 dê, dờ D
0x0045 e E
0x0047 giê, gờ G (not used)
0x0048 hát, hờ H
0x0049 i ngắn I (not used)
0x004B ca K
0x004C e-lờ L (not used)
0x004D em-mờ M
0x004E en-nờ N
0x004F o O
0x0050 P
0x0051 cu, quy Q (not used)
0x0052 e-rờ R
0x0053 ét-sì, sờ S
0x0054 tê, tờ T
0x0055 u U
0x0056 vê, vờ V
0x0058 ích-xì X
0x0059 i dài, i-cờ-rét Y
CodeStyle.Numeric Vietnamese CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0030 zero 0
0x0031 one 1
0x0032 two 2
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9
CodeStyle.Alphanumeric Vietnamese CAPTCHA Characters
Unicode code point Name Character
0x0041 a A
0x0042 bê, bờ B
0x0043 xê, cờ C
0x0044 dê, dờ D
0x0045 e E
0x0047 giê, gờ G (not used)
0x0048 hát, hờ H
0x0049 i ngắn I (not used)
0x004B ca K
0x004C e-lờ L (not used)
0x004D em-mờ M
0x004E en-nờ N
0x004F o O (not used)
0x0050 P
0x0051 cu, quy Q (not used)
0x0052 e-rờ R
0x0053 ét-sì, sờ S
0x0054 tê, tờ T
0x0055 u U
0x0056 vê, vờ V
0x0058 ích-xì X
0x0059 i dài, i-cờ-rét Y
0x0030 zero 0 (not used)
0x0031 one 1 (not used)
0x0032 two 2 (not used)
0x0033 three 3
0x0034 four 4
0x0035 five 5
0x0036 six 6
0x0037 seven 7 (not used)
0x0038 eight 8
0x0039 nine 9

Other Locales (localized Captcha sound is not yet available)

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Australia & New Zealand

Australia & New Zealand
Locale Language Country Charset Downloads
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Africa
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