Re: What does i18n mean?

Date: Fri Nov 14 2003 - 20:32:32 EST

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    In a message dated 11/14/2003 2:34:26 PM Pacific Standard Time, writes:
    > what does i18n mean? I see it bandied about a lot.
    It is a short hand for "Iñţérñåţîöñåļîžåţîön " because it is too hard for
    most of the people to type the "ñţérñåţîöñåļîžåţîö" part. :) [and if your
    software can save that string retrive it correct later, 50% of the i18n problem
    is addressed....]

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