Language Identifier List Comments, updated
jcowan at reutershealth.com
Tue Dec 28 00:19:17 CET 2004
Peter Constable scripsit:
> No. I was simply suggesting what I think makes best sense for tagging
> content in Standard Arabic, which is to tag it the way it has been
> getting tagged for the past decade: "ar".
Agreed. However, ar is also usable, on 639-3-draft principles, for the
Arabic colloquials, as I said.
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