|Match language code with countries where this language is an official or commonly used language|
| by golazo in Programming Languages|
Is there any python library to get a list of countries for a specific
language code where it is an official or commonly used language?
For example, language code of "fr" is associated with 29 countries
where French is an official language plus 8 countries where it's commonly
|How can an implementation of a language in the same language be faster than the language?|
| by David Bjornn in Programming Languages|
If I make a JVM in Java, for example, is it possible to make the
implementation I made actually faster than the original implementation I
used to build this implementation, even though my implementation is built
on top of the original implementation and may even be dependant on that
( Confusing... )
Look at PyPy.
It's a JIT Compiler for Python made in Py
|How can I load a default language plist if the localized version does not exist for the current language?|
| by NeoTubNinja in Programming Languages|
I am loading the plist like so:
NSString * plistPath =
[[NSBundle mainBundle] pathForResource:@"Names" ofType:@"plist"];
NSDictionary * contentArray = [[NSDictionary alloc]
But contentArray is
nil if the plist doesn't exist for the current device's language. How can I
default to English?
|east asian language is broken when I make Executable in DrRacket(language is scheme)|
| by Dan in Programming Languages|
I'm using DrRacket for Scheme Programming.
for I'm not a
person who use native English, I need to print out east asian
There is no problem when I press run button in
East asian language is printed well.
I make an executable file, and execute, east asian characters were broken
when program prints out.
Is there an
|Can I use a satellite resource assembly for one language in the OS for another language simply by changing the name of the folder the dll appears in?|
| by keyed in Programming Languages|
If I compile a .NET satellite assembly with localised resources, does
the assembly itself know which language it is for, or is this implied in
the folder in which it appears?
If I decide to create a
localised assembly where all strings are enclosed by '@' symbols for
testing if all of my app is localised and then install that on an EN-GB OS
in an 'en' sub folder and load the app up
|Are there any language extensions or language descendants of Haskell, that favor expressiveness, particularly in instance handling?|
| by jcwagers in Web Design|
At times, I run into the "feature" that Haskell only matches instance
instance (a ~ NewDataTyp b) => C a
will now match any type whatsoever, i.e. writing another
instance declaration of
C in your program will is an error,
even if it cannot possibly conflict due to the context
a ~ NewDataTyp
b. At times, it takes a l
|Comparison between native language or cross platform language such as HTML5 for mobile applications|
| by General Mills in Web Design|
After I researched in some websites, I found that it is better to use
cross-platform language to write apps.
But, is it good for using HTML5,
and is there any tutorial for writing applications for mobile?
|PHP Codeigniter multi-language site use session variables to store language key|
| by Pepe Araya in Programming Languages|
I am currently building a website with codeigniter 2.1.2. Now I am
encountering a problem to efficiently building a multi-language website.
I have read through the language class tutorial and helper and
I have stored two language folders "Chinese" and "English".
What I am intending to do is I want a language session variable called
"lang". And I want the following:
|Microsoft Translator: Does GetLanguagesForTranslation() translate language names into the browser language?|
| by Scott Smith in Programming Languages|
This may be a stupid question, but I have no way of testing this with
I am wondering if the Microsoft Translator
translates the list of supported languages into the language detected by
the browser? I assume is does, but would appreciate validation.
|Django localeurl: Changing language and language prefix in the rendered url in a view|
| by vb.net in Development Tools & Services|
I'm doing some IP localization and need to set the language in a
Using translation.activate changes the language, but the
still have the default language prefix in its URL.
Is there any way to also change the rendered URL?