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thank you for the answer. I have written a program that creates out of
the content of the file with the function names pasted into a text file
a CSV-File. Cloning the repository was not sucessful for me. I tried it
and after waiting a half hour or something like that I stopped it. The
source code is available at
and there it is the file ending with .R so it is in the programming
language R. The list with the function names in a language is the base
to automatically translate functions. If that program for translation
works well I can tell you where you can find it, if you think that it
can be useful.


Am 18.08.2022 um 13:54 schrieb Eike Rathke:

On Thursday, 2022-08-18 10:42:31 +0200, Sophie Gautier wrote:

.pot file is the source template for translation. All translated .po files
are here:
strings are in sc.po and scaddins.po files
The spreadsheet function names are actually in formula/messages.po and
scaddins/messages.po under the respective language directories.

If you cloned the git repo then this command will output all available

git grep -E -A1 'msgid "[A-Z][A-Z0-9._]*"' source/*/{formula,scaddins}

Note that this
a) may contain some hits that are not function names but a parameter
    name or such (if it was all uppercase)
b) includes function names that are translated badly and even
    syntactically wrong, see also


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