Language Code for Classical Greek
Thread poster: Carmen Aleixo
Carmen Aleixo
French to Portuguese
Oct 26, 2006

I have tried to find a langauge code for Classical Greek of the Wordfast format AB-CD for making a TM but can only find a two code EL-01 for modern Greek and grc for Classical Greek which does not fit the pattern of language codes when making a TM. Could not seem to find it in the lisa and iso pages as well.
If someone could tell me the code I would be very grateful
David Hardisty (on behalf of a more classically aware student....)


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Milan Condak  Identity Verified
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English to Czech
Try EL-GC combination Oct 28, 2006

Carmen Aleixo wrote:

I .. can only find a two code EL-01 for modern Greek and grc for Classical Greek which does not fit the pattern of language codes when making a TM.


You can add anything for country code. Try combination EL-GC. There is no standard use what you want if it works.
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In

http://www.loc.gov/standards/iso639-2/php/code_list.php

are iso639-2 codes: grc, gre, ell.
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I never use CS-01, but CS-CZ, never EL-01, but EL-GR.

Milan

[Edited at 2006-10-28 07:10]


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