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  1. 9d325ee0a99318fede240e6ac4d408ce
    Estelle Manager

    pourrais-tu relire cette traduction? je me demande si j'ai été assez claire.

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    Edouard Manager

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  1. > Language tag syntax > > The language tag is composed of one or more parts: A primary language > subtag and a (possibly empty) series of subsequent subtags. > > The syntax of this tag in ABNF RFC 2234 is: > > Language-Tag = Primary-subtag \*( "-" Subtag ) > > Primary-subtag = 1\*8ALPHA > > Subtag = 1\*8(ALPHA / DIGIT) > > The productions ALPHA and DIGIT are imported from RFC 2234; they > denote respectively the characters A to Z in upper or lower case and > the digits from 0 to 9. The character "-" is HYPHEN-MINUS (ABNF: > %x2D). > > All tags are to be treated as case insensitive; there are > conventions defining the use of capitalization. > For instance, ISO 3166 recommends that > country codes are capitalized (MN Mongolia), while ISO 639 > recommends that language codes are written in lower case (mn > Mongolian). >
    > Language tag syntax > > The language tag is composed of one or more parts: A primary language > subtag and a (possibly empty) series of subsequent subtags. > > The syntax of this tag in ABNF RFC 2234 is: > > Language-Tag = Primary-subtag \*( "-" Subtag ) > > Primary-subtag = 1\*8ALPHA > > Subtag = 1\*8(ALPHA / DIGIT) > > The productions ALPHA and DIGIT are imported from RFC 2234; they > denote respectively the characters A to Z in upper or lower case and > the digits from 0 to 9. The character "-" is HYPHEN-MINUS (ABNF: > %x2D). > > All tags are to be treated as case insensitive; there are > conventions defining the use of capitalization. > For instance, ISO 3166 recommends that > country codes are capitalized (MN Mongolia), while ISO 639 > recommends that language codes are written in lower case (mn > Mongolian). >

    >   Language tag syntax 
    > 
    >   The language tag is composed of one or more parts: A primary language 
    >   subtag and a (possibly empty) series of subsequent subtags. 
    > 
    >   The syntax of this tag in ABNF RFC 2234 is: 
    > 
    >     Language-Tag = Primary-subtag \*( "-" Subtag ) 
    > 
    >     Primary-subtag = 1\*8ALPHA 
    > 
    >     Subtag = 1\*8(ALPHA / DIGIT) 
    > 
    >   The productions ALPHA and DIGIT are imported from RFC 2234; they 
    >   denote respectively the characters A to Z in upper or lower case and 
    >   the digits from 0 to 9.  The character "-" is HYPHEN-MINUS (ABNF: 
    >   %x2D). 
    > 
    >   All tags are to be treated as case insensitive; there are 
    >   conventions defining the use of capitalization. 
    >   For instance, ISO 3166 recommends that 
    >   country codes are capitalized (MN Mongolia), while ISO 639 
    >   recommends that language codes are written in lower case (mn 
    >   Mongolian). 
    >

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