declaring language in html/xhtml
jcowan at reutershealth.com
Mon Dec 13 16:26:34 CET 2004
Keld Jørn Simonsen scripsit:
> Hmm, Danish is an official language in Denmark, Greenland, the
> Faroe Islands, and an official minority language in the German state
Ah, excellent. This is the kind of review I've been looking for.
In fact it was a brain fart on my part to mention Danish here, as I
already show it as official in Denmark and Greenland. I already list
es-US on the basis of Spanish being official in New Mexico (a state
of the US), so certainly da-DE is legitimate. A better example of a
non-listed language would be Finnish (official only in Finland).
The languages currently on the list are:
Arabic, Bengali, Chamorro, Croatian, Danish, Dutch, English,
French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Korean, Lingala, Malay,
Mandarin Chinese, Portuguese, Serbian, Sindhi, Spanish, Swahili, Swati,
Swedish, Tamil, Tswana, Turkish, Urdu.
If anyone thinks that any languages should be added, please let me know.
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