|Compiler Design? firstname.lastname@example.org (Asad Raza Kazmi) (2003-05-18)|
|Re: Compiler Design? email@example.com (Fidel Viegas) (2003-05-29)|
|From:||Fidel Viegas <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date:||29 May 2003 03:07:24 -0400|
|Keywords:||i18n, design, comment|
|Posted-Date:||29 May 2003 03:07:23 EDT|
I don't really see the point of writing a programming language with
commands in Urdu and then translate them into English. I don't know of
any language with commands other than English. English is the standard
language for programming languages. But if you are interested in
source-to-source translation, then have a look at txl from www.txl.ca.
Txl is a programming language specifically designed for
As for using the Urdu characterset under Linux, I don't really know.
Why don't you try something like XML? It does support unicode.
Hope that helps.
All the best
Asad Raza Kazmi wrote:
> I want to write a compile or interprate in my native language , that
> is "URDU" , yet no urdu support is available ,so can any one guide me
> from where to start ...
> [ Do you want to translate Urdu into another language like English, or do
> you want to write computer programs where you include names and strings
> in Urdu? The first is beyond the state of the art, but the second is now
> straightforward if you use wide or multibyte characters, probably with
> UNICODE encoding. -John]
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