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I was always confused with those language codes,

So thats why I made LanguageConstants.au3.

here it is:

LangConstants.au3

Enjoy

comments are welcome :)

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I was always confused with those language codes,

So thats why I made LanguageConstants.au3.

here it is:

LangConstants.au3

Enjoy

comments are welcome :)

Thanks for posting it.

This might come in handy when I get around to re-writing my language UDF. I think I have more languages than that in there though. No problem, if that's the case I can just add them in.

Understanding the language codes is easier if you realize that the language code is actually just the two characters on the right. The rest of the characters are used to determine the regional dialect. For example English will always end in 09 but there are 13 regional dialects which are determined by the 2 characters on the left of the string.

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I think this is wrong because the languages codes shown in the include are the HEX values for the languages and you made the Values and strings.

I have a Func Language_Code($code) in AutoIt3Wrapper that translates the language DEC value to the language desciption which I use in the Resource update routines.

Jos

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I think this is wrong because the languages codes shown in the include are the HEX values for the languages and you made the Values and strings.

I have a Func Language_Code($code) in AutoIt3Wrapper that translates the language name to the DEC value of the language whicg I use in the Resource update routines.

Jos

When I get to it (which means when I get up) I'm going to look at that one Jos. I thnk I've seen it but not sure. I may even incorporate it into the Language UDF and hopefully that will help clean up some of the other issues which have not changed since the last time you looked at it.

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When I get to it (which means when I get up) I'm going to look at that one Jos. I thnk I've seen it but not sure. I may even incorporate it into the Language UDF and hopefully that will help clean up some of the other issues which have not changed since the last time you looked at it.

Here is it... and it takes the language code in DEC and returns the Language description. :)

Func Language_Code($code)
    Local $CountryTable = _
            "Afrikaans,1078|" & _
            "Albanian,1052|" & _
            "Arabic (Algeria),5121|" & _
            "Arabic (Bahrain),15361|" & _
            "Arabic (Egypt),3073|" & _
            "Arabic (Iraq),2049|" & _
            "Arabic (Jordan),11265|" & _
            "Arabic (Kuwait),13313|" & _
            "Arabic (Lebanon),12289|" & _
            "Arabic (Libya),4097|" & _
            "Arabic (Morocco),6145|" & _
            "Arabic (Oman),8193|" & _
            "Arabic (Qatar),16385|" & _
            "Arabic (Saudi Arabia),1025|" & _
            "Arabic (Syria),10241|" & _
            "Arabic (Tunisia),7169|" & _
            "Arabic (U.A.E.),14337|" & _
            "Arabic (Yemen),9217|" & _
            "Basque,1069|" & _
            "Belarusian,1059|" & _
            "Bulgarian,1026|" & _
            "Catalan,1027|" & _
            "Chinese (Hong Kong SAR),3076|" & _
            "Chinese (PRC),2052|" & _
            "Chinese (Singapore),4100|" & _
            "Chinese (Taiwan),1028|" & _
            "Croatian,1050|" & _
            "Czech,1029|" & _
            "Danish,1030|" & _
            "Dutch,1043|" & _
            "Dutch (Belgium),2067|"
    $CountryTable &= _
            "English (Australia),3081|" & _
            "English (Belize),10249|" & _
            "English (Canada),4105|" & _
            "English (Ireland),6153|" & _
            "English (Jamaica),8201|" & _
            "English (New Zealand),5129|" & _
            "English (South Africa),7177|" & _
            "English (Trinidad),11273|" & _
            "English (United Kingdom),2057|" & _
            "English (United States),1033|" & _
            "Estonian,1061|" & _
            "Faeroese,1080|" & _
            "Farsi,1065|" & _
            "Finnish,1035|" & _
            "French (Standard),1036|" & _
            "French (Belgium),2060|" & _
            "French (Canada),3084|" & _
            "French (Luxembourg),5132|" & _
            "French (Switzerland),4108|" & _
            "Gaelic (Scotland),1084|" & _
            "German (Standard),1031|" & _
            "German (Austrian),3079|" & _
            "German (Liechtenstein),5127|" & _
            "German (Luxembourg),4103|" & _
            "German (Switzerland),2055|" & _
            "Greek,1032|" & _
            "Hebrew,1037|" & _
            "Hindi,1081|" & _
            "Hungarian,1038|"
    $CountryTable &= _
            "Icelandic,1039|" & _
            "Indonesian,1057|" & _
            "Italian (Standard),1040|" & _
            "Italian (Switzerland),2064|" & _
            "Japanese,1041|" & _
            "Korean,1042|" & _
            "Latvian,1062|" & _
            "Lithuanian,1063|" & _
            "Macedonian (FYROM),1071|" & _
            "Malay (Malaysia),1086|" & _
            "Maltese,1082|" & _
            "Norwegian (BokmÃ¥l),1044|" & _
            "Polish,1045|" & _
            "Portuguese (Brazil),1046|" & _
            "Portuguese (Portugal),2070|" & _
            "Raeto (Romance),1047|" & _
            "Romanian,1048|" & _
            "Romanian (Moldova),2072|" & _
            "Russian,1049|" & _
            "Russian (Moldova),2073|" & _
            "Serbian (Cyrillic),3098|" & _
            "Setsuana,1074|" & _
            "Slovak,1051|" & _
            "Slovenian,1060|" & _
            "Sorbian,1070|"
    $CountryTable &= _
            "Spanish (Argentina),11274|" & _
            "Spanish (Bolivia),16394|" & _
            "Spanish (Chile),13322|" & _
            "Spanish (Columbia),9226|" & _
            "Spanish (Costa Rica),5130|" & _
            "Spanish (Dominican Republic),7178|" & _
            "Spanish (Ecuador),12298|" & _
            "Spanish (El Salvador),17418|" & _
            "Spanish (Guatemala),4106|" & _
            "Spanish (Honduras),18442|" & _
            "Spanish (Mexico),2058|" & _
            "Spanish (Nicaragua),19466|" & _
            "Spanish (Panama),6154|" & _
            "Spanish (Paraguay),15370|" & _
            "Spanish (Peru),10250|" & _
            "Spanish (Puerto Rico),20490|" & _
            "Spanish (Spain),1034|" & _
            "Spanish (Uruguay),14346|" & _
            "Spanish (Venezuela),8202|" & _
            "Sutu,1072|" & _
            "Swedish,1053|" & _
            "Swedish (Finland),2077|" & _
            "Thai,1054|" & _
            "Turkish,1055|" & _
            "Tsonga,1073|" & _
            "Ukranian,1058|" & _
            "Urdu (Pakistan),1056|" & _
            "Vietnamese,1066|" & _
            "Xhosa,1076|" & _
            "Yiddish,1085|" & _
            "Zulu,1077|"
    Local $Found = StringInStr($CountryTable, "," & $code & "|")
    If $Found Then
        $CountryTable = StringLeft($CountryTable, $Found - 1)
        Return StringMid($CountryTable, StringInStr($CountryTable, "|", Default, -1) + 1)
    Else
        Return "Unknown Country code specified"
    EndIf
EndFunc  ;==>Language_Code

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Thanks Jos. I just finished checking the wrappers thread and did not see it. We need to get @Val to update the first post I think.

I think he's starting to slack off again.

I'm also getting disturbed that the wrappers thread is not yet a sticky. However many people will say that I'm somewhat disturbed anyway.

I will definitly be adding this to the Language UDF.

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Thanks Jos. I just finished checking the wrappers thread and did not see it. We need to get @Val to update the first post I think.

I think he's starting to slack off again.

I'm also getting disturbed that the wrappers thread is not yet a sticky. However many people will say that I'm somewhat disturbed anyway.

I will definitly be adding this to the Language UDF.

This isn't in the wrapper thread to my knowledge but comes from my AutoIt3Wrapper script that performs all tasks for the Running and Compiling scripts performing all stuff that is defined in the Directives.

Jos

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This isn't in the wrapper thread to my knowledge but comes from my AutoIt3Wrapper script that performs all tasks for the Running and Compiling scripts performing all stuff that is defined in the Directives.

Jos

Well no wonder I couldn't find it!!!

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thnx jos :)

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