language code


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language code

(human language, standard)
A set of standard names and abbreviations maintained by ISO for identifying human languages, natural and invented, past and present. Each language has a list of English and French names and an ISO 639-2 three-letter code. Some also have an ISO 639-1 two-letter code.

The list even includes the Klingon language from the Star Trek science fiction series.

Latest list.

There are also country codes.
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The main objective of these research works is to convert the PLC program into the IL language code thus it can be executed directly by the PLCs.
Bernstein's interest in language code lies in defining how an individual intentionally goes beyond the language to create relational changes.
In order for the microcontroller, push buttons and DC motors to work together, the microcontroller has to be stored with the Assembly language code.
My New England-raised daughter-in-law remembers the day she broke the language code of my Southern family.
Two chapters describe software tools such as disassemblers, object code dump, debuggers, and HLL compiler options that display assembly language code as ways of analyzing compiler output.
Katz already was ahead of the times in contemplating real broadened theoretical horizons, such as a Chinese or wider Asiatic origin for these American civilizations, so his work is still surprisingly up-to-date and fresh, even given the recent advances such as the breaking of the Mayan language code.
The provision of Welsh language services at the AGM will highlight BT's commitment to the language and is a chance for people to find out about BT's Welsh language code of practice.
Gail confims there is a reference language code among HR professionals which helps them to decipher what is really being said anyway.
A "restricted" language code might be understood within the deconstructivist perspective not as an inferior or inadequate linguistic and semantic system of representation and understanding, but simply as different or one containing semantic and syntactical deficits onl in the sense that "elaborated" codes have greater utility across a spectrum of communicative settings.
A person who cannot understand the language code has a receptive language problem.
A talented graduate student, Dane Dwyer, implemented these concepts in C language code.
At once rationalist and (neo)Romanticist, technocratic and ambivalently spiritual, Matt Mullican's work has consistently traced a paradox of late-modern subjectivity: the tension between a private language code (resistant to the norms of everyday communication) and the desire to feed into the logic of our regulated, postindustrial society.

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