ID for language-invariant strings
cowan at ccil.org
Fri Mar 14 18:48:02 CET 2008
Mark Davis scripsit:
> Peter, the example really helps. I agree with you that zxx seems
> inappropriate, since your example is linguistic content, but just intended
> to be as neutral as possible regarding language. But I also agree with John
> about the creeping featurism.
> I don't know why 'und' wouldn't work for you. It signifies an undetermined /
> indeterminate language,
I don't see what's undefined or indeterminate about the language of
reference names. The reference name "English" for the language tagged
'en' or 'eng' is English by origin and non-linguistic by use.
Is not a patron, my Lord [Chesterfield], John Cowan
one who looks with unconcern on a man http://www.ccil.org/~cowan
struggling for life in the water, and when cowan at ccil.org
he has reached ground encumbers him with help?
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