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Article: THINKING IN ENGLISH, SPEAKING LOCALIZED [Thinking in English, speaking localized]
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Balaban Cerit  Identity Verified
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A very useful article Oct 13, 2007

Thanks Koral,

I have found this article very useful and I am forwarding this link to some clients when I need to explain related problems in more detail, especially for problems related to split segments in localization.

Balaban


[Edited at 2007-10-13 16:35]


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