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At 11:37 -0400 2005-06-10, Rebecca S. Guenther wrote:
>For what it's worth, in MARC we use 3 blanks to mean that there is no
>sung, spoken or written language content. I wonder if we could handle it
>in section 4.1.2 of ISO 639-2 (Special situations) by specifying this sort
>of thing, rather than actually define a code.

It would not work in many situations. For instance, in HTML multiple
spaces are often simply contacatenated to a single space.
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