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Re[2]: CSS3 - Define Language

From: Chris Lilley <chris@w3.org>
Date: Sat, 16 Mar 2002 20:36:42 +0100
Message-ID: <16815886937.20020316203642@w3.org>
To: glazman@netscape.com ((Daniel Glazman))
CC: www-style@w3.org
On Friday, 15 March, 2002, 14:27:33, Daniel wrote:

DG> Let me give you an example :

DG> <p>bonjour comment ša va</p>

DG> You can attach a lot of styles to this paragraph, you can even make it 
DG> invisible if you want, but you'll hardly change the fact it contains 
DG> words in French language...

Here is another example. Pretend it is to be sent to a speech synthesizer.

<p>Jean put dire comment on tape</p>

Compare with:

<p xml:lang="en">Jean put dire comment on tape</p>
<p xml:lang="fr">Jean put dire comment on tape</p>

(My thanks to Richard Ishida for this example)

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