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ISO 639-4

Codes for the representation of names of languages — Part 4: General principles of coding of the representation of names of languages and related entities, and application guidelines

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Organization: ISO
Publication Date: 15 July 2010
Status: active
Page Count: 36
ICS Code (Information sciences): 01.140.20
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This part of ISO 639 gives the general principles of language coding using the codes that are specified in the other parts of ISO 639 and their combination with other codes. Furthermore, this part of ISO 639 lays down guidelines for the use of any combination of the parts of ISO 639.

The terminology and general descriptions of this part of ISO 639 are intended to replace corresponding text of other parts of ISO 639 as relevant in future revisions.

Relevant metadata for the description of linguistic entities are also given, as a framework for databases of linguistic data to support the ISO 639 series of International Standards.

Document History

April 11, 2022
Code for the representation of individual languages and language groups — Part 4: General principles, rules and guidelines
This document provides the harmonized terminology and general principles of language coding for the language code elements originally specified by the parts of the ISO 639 series. It provides rules...
ISO 639-4
July 15, 2010
Codes for the representation of names of languages — Part 4: General principles of coding of the representation of names of languages and related entities, and application guidelines
This part of ISO 639 gives the general principles of language coding using the codes that are specified in the other parts of ISO 639 and their combination with other codes. Furthermore, this part of...

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