If you are like me, you dread adding multilingual support to applications. It isn't that I do not like the various, rich cultures of our world, but rather that it is such a pain in the neck to implement multilingual support into an existing application from a programming perspective. One of the problems stems from the fact that nearly all programming languages are written in English and limited to the basic ASCII character set and targeted at English-speaking people. Sure, I know of one programming language in Polish and a few others in other spoken languages but non-English programming languages are few and far between. It really has nothing to do with America vs. whoever but more to do with settling on something we can use to get work done on a computer and English happens to fit nicely into a single byte (or less) and seems to be one of a handful of what I call "common trade languages" - that is, if you want to conduct business across international borders, it hel
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