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Module:​Language​/​data​/​iana languages/doc
contains data taken directly from a local copy of an IANA​language​-subtag-registry file. The table in this module was created using the awb script at IANA subtag
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Module:​Language​/​data​/​iana languages​/make/doc
languages Module:​Language​/​data​/​iana scripts Module:​Language​/​data​/​iana regions Module:​Language​/​data​/​iana variants Module:​Language​/​data​/​iana suppressed scripts
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('Module:​Language​/​data​/​iana scripts'), -- script keys are capitalized; set to lower region = key_to_lower ('Module:​Language​/​data​/​iana regions'), --
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Module:Lang/doc (section Data set)
language​-subtag-registry file language region data Module:​Language​/​data​/​iana regions – from IANA​language​-subtag-registry file language variant data
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(required) the IANA language code |script = IANA script code; especially for use with languages that use multiple writing systems |region = IANA region code
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lang_name_table – this table provides language name data used in the creation of categories and, for the {{lang-??}} templates, the language name annotation override
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