So which one is the best to use?Deutsch (Du)
Español Mexicano (Tú)
There is no such thing.
I dont see that because something have been the way it is longer then other things that it have more reason to keep staying that way.someone wrote:It have been that way for a long time so lets keep it that way because thats the way it is and has been... always... for ever and ever... dont change it
Let try to search for language packs that begin with e.English
English (United Kingdom)
Ehe, like a "genuine imitation" or "original copy"?
en = how r u?
Had a look at the code, and the reason for that behaviour is that the languages are sorted by the value of "English name" in their
, but because it is according to the ISO-Code
en-US"English as spoken in the United States of America". There are other countries in the Americas having English as a language (like Canada and British Virgin Islands ...). So "American English" should have ISO-Code
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