What are language codes
When you are using it, Déjà Vu always shows you the names of the languages (and sub-languages) you are working. However, internally, Déjà Vu uses language codes to identify each language or sub-language, rather than names. If you want to use some of the more advanced, and more powerful, features of Déjà Vu, you must know these language codes too.
The following tables provide you with a list of decimal codes for the languages and sub-languages used in Déjà Vu. These codes are not, themselves, the language codes used by déjà Vu, but you can use them to find the language code for any language supported by Déjà Vu by using the following formula:
(Sublanguage * 1024) + Language
So if, for example, you wanted to know the language code Standard Spanish, you would look for the decimal code for the Spanish language, which is 10, and the decimal code for the "Spanish Standard" sub-language, which is 1. Put those into the formula shown above, and you get:
(1 * 1024) + 10 = 1034
List of language and sub-language decimal codes
You can use the search boxes below to filter the tables, or you can just read through the whole tables to find the information you need.
If you have a language code, and wish to find what language and sublanguage it corresponds to, type it here:
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