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RE: i18n

From: Rolfe, Russell D, ALSVC <rrolfe@att.com>
Date: Mon, 20 Sep 1999 10:43:33 -0400
Message-ID: <E5B80B001D76D211879C00E02910776101CA50CE@njc240po05.ho.att.com>
To: "'Misha Wolf'" <misha.wolf@reuters.com>, www international <www-international@w3.org>
Cc: Jim Hwang <jhwang@chapman.edu>
Jim,

There are three good books that I would recommend on the subject:

     1. Nancy L. Hoft's "International Technical Communication"
          John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York.

     2. Nadine Kano's book "Developing International Software
          For Windows 95 and Windows NT".  This is an online
          book.  Its URL is

   http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/books/devintl/S24AA.HTM


     3. Ken Lunde's book "CJKV Information Processing"
          (not sure the publisher)

Also, go to any search engine and type "Internationalization" or "I18N" and
you sold find a lot.

Good luck,

Regards, Russ Rolfe
Internationalization Engineer, AT&T

-----Original Message-----
From: Misha Wolf [mailto:misha.wolf@reuters.com]
Sent: Monday, September 20, 1999 10:53 AM
To: www international
Cc: Jim Hwang
Subject: Re: i18n


Would anyone care to respond to Jim?

Misha

[This mail was written using voice recognition software]


> Misha,
> 
> 	I am a web developer for Chapman University in Orange, California.
I was
> visiting the W3C site for some information on internationalization.  Since
I
> am new at this method, I'm not sure of where to begin in the process.
Could
> you possibly suggest any resources that might get me started in my works?
> The languages I need to foucs on are English, Spanish, Japanese, and
Korean.
> Thanks for your consideration.
> 
> Jim Hwang
> Chapman University
> 

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