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Henry/Jason: Publish the ISO 639 language codes!
Thread poster: Mats Wiman

Mats Wiman  Identity Verified
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Aug 29, 2002

I humbly suggest that on the left in the \'Miscellaneous\' are there will be a link called \'Language codes\' where one e.g. could find out what \'swe\' is as opposed to \'swa\',

searchable by language and abbreviation please.



I volonteer to produce it.



Mats


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Chris Hopley  Identity Verified
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official site of the ISO 639-2 Registration Authority Sep 10, 2002

All the codes are available on the Library of Congress web site.



www.loc.gov/standards/iso639-2/


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