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Re: Definition of language codes

Olaf Meeuwissen napsal:
>On Mon, 22 Feb 1999 "Pavel Makovec" <pavelm@debian.cz> wrote:
>> AFAIK, the two-letter ISO 639 language codes in small letters are used
>> for <language> and two-letter ISO 3166 country codes in capitals are
>> used for <territory>, e.g. cs_CZ is Czech language in Czech Republic.
>To drive the point home, Dutch in the Netherlands and Belgium would be
>nl_NL and nl_BE, while French in Belgium and France would be fr_BE and
>fr_FR.  That's why the territory is used.

Exactly. French in Canada and Switzerland would be fr_CA and fr_CH,
Czech in Slovakia ... cs_SK, Slovak in Czech Republic ... sk_CZ, etc.

S pozdravem,
Pavel Makovec

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