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Am 18.12.2010 19:40, schrieb Sophie Gautier:
Just to support the capitalized names. In German the language names and
country names are capitalized.
ah, just out of curiosity how do you identified German spoken in Austria
or Belgium for example ? for me, English speaking in United States would
en_US and in Great Britain would be en_GB.
I got something wrong. It's just about the language codes, not about the
names. I agree with you that the language code would be en_US / en_GB.
Depending on the ISO that's used German should be de_DE or ger_DE for
Germany and de_AT / ger_AT for example.
18 Dec 2010, 19:58 (+0100)
Impurities make things work and sometimes unique.
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