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> "I18N" is "internationalization," a hacker-style shorthand guaranteed
> to be opaque to non-native speakers of English and even many native
> speakers. (Given the goal of internationalization, I find this ironic.)
> I don't know what L10N is; sorry.
That's because you don't know the frequency :-)
Ray Bruman "Tell us the frequency, Kenneth!"
Raynet Corp. --mysterious threatening men accosting
rbruman -at- raynet -dot- com Dan Rather one night years ago
415-688-2325 on the street in New York City.