ISO språkkode
Thread poster: Torhild Øien

Torhild Øien
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Nov 5, 2004

Er det riktig at ISO-språkkoden for norsk er NO-NY? Skulle tro at det er nynorsk, men jeg finner ikke en tilsvarende for bokmål. Nå har jeg lett rundt på nettet uten hell...

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Ivan Eikås Skjøstad  Identity Verified
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Kun i Wordfast-håndboken Nov 5, 2004

Mener det er NO-NO for bokmål, og NO-NY for nynorsk. NO-NY står oppført i Wordfast-håndboken, så det er kanskje der du har den fra. Det er forsåvidt en feil.

Dersom du eksporterer en Trados-TM kan du åpne den opp i Notepad, og lese av koden.


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Per Riise  Identity Verified
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ISO språkkode Nov 5, 2004

NO-NO er nok riktig (eksporter en passende EN-NO TM fra Trados og åpne den med Notepad så ser du det der - med mindre den faktisk er opprettet i nynorsk).

....ehh, det var vel akkurat det du sa, Ivan.

[Edited at 2004-11-05 12:38]


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Torhild Øien
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Takk skal dere ha! Nov 5, 2004

- og god helg

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