A topic the other day made me reflect on on how small the world has become, and the need for information to be more universal across different languages.
Do programming environments offer/support regional languages?
I don’t mean that the output (the program created) is for use in other languages, but that the programming environment (IDE, language syntax, etc…) itself is.
I kind of take for granted that to me, there is just one way to spell
BackgroundColor. Not not just whether color is
Colour, but that
color isnt the same in other languages. And that in some human languages it may be more common to use a noun-adjective format than a adjective-noun format.
For example, in English (the US version at least) a stick that is the color red, would be referred to as the “red stick”. Where in French the words translate as: red-> rouge, and stick->baton. But “Red Stick” translates as “Baton Rouge”
Does a “smaller” company like Infragistics support the use of
BackgroundColour? Do they support the french use of whatever a portmanteau term like “BacjgroundColor” would be?