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Re: Hello in Hungarian

From: Peter Tury
Subject: Re: Hello in Hungarian
Date: Fri, 23 Jun 2006 18:28:18 +0200


thanks again!

2006/6/23, Kenichi Handa <address@hidden>:

I understand that all people want to see their native
language listed in that file, but...

I don't want to convince you, but it would be really fun. And nice
gesture from Emacs (especially towards newbies).

What I mean there is the same as what Unicode says (in their

Script. A collection of letters and other written signs used
to represent textual information in one or more writing
systems. For example, Russian is written with a subset of
the Cyrillic script; Ukranian is written with a different
subset. The Japanese writing system uses several scripts.

Now (and after your first reply) I understand it. Though first I was
confused by scripting (programming) languages... maybe this is natural
for a (newbie?) Emacsen... maybe some more specific description could
be added into that file also?


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