We'll correct it. We recently got rid of the Javanese alternatives, since
it was just an error. That's the discrepancy-- we just haven't fixed it.
On Wed, 14 Nov 2001, John Clews wrote:
> In the ASCII file "Codes for the representation of names of languages
> (Library of Congress)" in the version "Alpha-3 codes arranged
> alphabetically by English name of language: Alternative ASCII
> version" which I downloaded from the Library of Congress web site on
> 2001-11-14, it states that
> "For those 23 languages with alternative codes (bibliographic
> and terminology codes), ISO 639-2/B is given first followed
> by a slash ("/") and the ISO 639-2/T code."
> However, only 22 languages are listed where 2 codes are separated by
> a slash. PLease could you advise me where this discrepancy exists?
> Best regards
> John Clews
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