What about the languages in ISO 639? That would be nice if someone
maintains a table of the scripts used to write those.
On Thu, 20 Jan 2000, Marco.Cimarosti@icl.com wrote:
> > a) catch people's attention
> "Unicode can be used to write the top 100 languages in the world, as defined
> by 'The Ethnologue' (http://www.sil.org/ethnologue/top100.html)!"
> > b) be true!
> It has already been evidenced how such a statement would be quite nonsense
> to many linguists. Most of us probably speak 2 or more of these languages,
> so how many times have we been counted!?
> Moreover, I would be more confident about the truth of this if I just knew
> what scripts are used by the 21 languages in my "Unknown" category. If
> someone could help categorizing them, I could at least do the sums, to
> discover who wins betwen Latin and CJK.
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