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From Christopher Schultz <ch...@christopherschultz.net>
Subject Re: Foreign Language on web
Date Wed, 03 Oct 2007 15:02:24 GMT
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Girish,

Girish Havaldar wrote:
> Ya thats fine if the language is English, what if Japanese or Chinese
> text needs to be entered, what are the things we need to provide user, so
> that user will just select the language which he wants and enters the text
> in that language.

Well, you certainly need to ask the user what language they are going to
enter. Might I suggest a drop-down that contains a list of the languages
you support? On our site, we provide both language and country, so we
can have (for instance) separate British and US English text if we want.

> I think am not representing my problem correctly.

I think you're right.

Let me guess: you have an application that currently deals exclusively
in a single language. You want to allow other languages. You have a lot
of work to do.

- -chris
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