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ready ISO 639-1:2002 Codes for the representation of names of languages — Part 1: Alpha-2 code

Abbreviation: ISO 639-1:2002


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This part of ISO 639 provides a code consisting of language code elements comprising two-letter language identifiers for the representation of names of languages. The language identifiers according to this part of ISO 639 were devised originally for use in terminology, lexicography and linguistics, but may be adopted for any application requiring the expression of language in two-letter coded form, especially in computerized systems. Languages designed exclusively for machine use, such as computer-programming languages, are not included in this code.

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