Here comes the Yiddish
Mon, 2 Dec 2002 02:06:35 -0500 (EST)
Doug Ewell scripsit:
> By defining 4-letter second subtags to be script codes, in some future
> revision to RFC 3066, it would become unnecessary to register special
> tags like yi-hebr and yi-latn. This situation will come up again and
> again (e.g. az-Cyrl and az-Latn).
Oh, come on. What is this vast supply of languages written in more than
one script? The situation is rare. Sanskrit might be the record-holder
for max number of scripts, but I doubt if there are more than 25-35
languages that are written in more than one script.
Not a huge problem.
John Cowan <email@example.com> http://www.ccil.org/~cowan
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thick 'sed' and 'awk' heavy duty data bashing script. One of the geologists
came by, looked over my shoulder and said 'Oh, that happens to me too.
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