From: Doug Ewell (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Apr 29 2003 - 00:43:37 EDT
Kevin Brown <graphity at adelaide dot on dot net> wrote:
> Any confusion between language codes and country codes is now
> virtually impossible because all the major language codes (ISO 639-2,
> MARC and SIL) now use THREE letters instead of two eg the ISO 639-2
> code for the Korean language is kor.
RFC 3066, the standard for language tags on the Internet, *requires* the
use of ISO 639-1 (two-letter) codes instead of ISO 639-2 (three-letter)
codes whenever possible.
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