Rick suggested I forward this request to the unicode list. Can someone hand
the codes directly to Lilly-Anne Wilder.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Wilder, Lilly-Anne [SMTP:Lilly-Anne.Wilder@fluke.com]
> Sent: Thursday, May 06, 1999 8:55 AM
> To: Magda Danish (Unicode)
> Subject: RE: Language codes for chinese
> Have you found any answer to my question yet?
> I really need to know this soon.
> I would really appreciate some help.
> Thank you,
> Lilly-Anne Wilder
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Wilder, Lilly-Anne [SMTP:Lilly-Anne.Wilder@fluke.com]
> > Sent: Tuesday, April 20, 1999 8:36 AM
> > To: 'firstname.lastname@example.org'
> > Cc: Wilder, Lilly-Anne
> > Subject: Language codes for chinese
> > I am in need of ISO language codes for Chinese 'Simplified' and Chinese
> > 'Traditional'.
> > Our publications department prints manuals in both of these languages
> > we
> > are trying to find corresponding language codes.
> > I have found two codes for Chinese from
> > http://lcweb.loc.gov/marc/languages/, but we cannot discern from the
> > information supplied by the Library of Congress if they correspond to
> > two versions of Chinese.
> > Achinese [ace]
> > UF Atjeh
> > Acholi
> > USE Acoli
> > Achuale
> > USE Achuar
> > or
> > Chinese [chi]
> > Chingpaw
> > USE Kachin
> > I tried asking the Library of Congress but, they have not responded. I
> > have
> > tried my local libraries, and the library at the University of
> > and they could not help me. I have also tried calling the Unicode
> > Consortium, but they have never returned my calls.
> > I am hoping I might get better response via email?
> > I am not sure where else to ask this question.
> > Lilly-Anne Wilder
> > --------------------------------------------------
> > Lilly-Anne Wilder Lilly-Anne.Wilder@fluke.com
> > Technical Webmaster 425.356.5893
> > Fluke Corporation www.fluke.com
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