by Michael S. Kaplan, published on 2012/07/31 07:01 -04:00, original URI: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/michkap/archive/2012/07/31/10335040.aspx
The other day, I was asked whether Windows supports all 22 of the Eighth Schedule languages in the Constitution of India.
You know, these 22 languages:
The vast majority of them are supported in Windows, using their preferred scripts, and with a font, a locale, a keyboard, and a Language Interface Pack.
But there are some that are missing between one and five of those things.
In some cases for known reasons, and in other cases not
I think I'm going to have to dig into some of them a little deeper in future blogs.
Lke Bodo. And Dogri. And Kashmiri. And Mathili. And Manipuri.
Each with their own story -- maybe a new Tag is needed?
Nah, I can use the "Linguistic" one I already have....
Yuhong Bao on 31 Jul 2012 5:14 PM:
Yuhong Bao on 31 Jul 2012 5:15 PM:
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