Template:In lang

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(per Ladin)

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Template:In lang is used to denote that a text source is written in a specific language.

For citations using a citation template ({{cite web}}, {{cite news}}, {{cite journal}}, etc.), that template's |language= parameter should be used instead.

To note a span of text in a different language, {{lang}} or one of the {{lang-x}} templates ({{lang-fr}}, {{lang-ast}}, etc.) should be used instead.

Usage[muda l codesc]

This template accepts one or more positional language-code parameters (<code>) and two named parameters:

  • Code: {{In lang|<code>|<code2>|...|link=|cap=}}
  • Produces: {{In lang|de}}(per tudësch)

Parameters[muda l codesc]

  • <code> – required; <code> is a valid ISO-639 language code or a valid IETF language tag; more than one language code supported:
    • {{In lang|cs|en|de|fr|es|ca-valencia|pl|ru|ja|zh}}
(per Cech, nglëisc, tudësch, French, Spanish, Valencian, Polish, Russian, Japanese, and Chinese)
  • link – accepts the single value yes; creates link to language article
    • {{In lang|nv|link=yes}}<span class="languageicon">(per [[Navajo language|Navajo]])</span>(per Navajo)
  • cap – accepts the single value yes; capitalizes the first letter of "In":
    • {{In lang|pt-BR|cap=yes}}(Per Brazilian Portuguese)

Error messages[muda l codesc]

This template has one error message of its own:

error: {{In lang}} missing language tag – displayed when the template is transcluded without an ISO 639 language code or IETF language tag.

All other error messages related to the use of this template are emitted by Module:Lang and are documented at Template:Cl.

Categories[muda l codesc]

Transclusions in mainspace articles will add the article to the appropriate subcategory of Template:Cl. There are two forms of these subcategories:

Category:Articles with <language name>-language sources (<code>) – for individual languages[1] and for macrolanguages[2]
Category:Articles with <collective name> languages-collective sources (<code>) – for language collectives[3]

where <language name> and <collective name> is the name used in the template's rendering and <code> is the ISO 639 code or IETF language tag.

References[muda l codesc]

  1. "ISO 639-3: Scope of denotation for language identifiers: Individual languages". SIL International. Trat ite ai 5 December 2019.
  2. "ISO 639-3: Scope of denotation for language identifiers: Macrolanguages". SIL International. Trat ite ai 5 December 2019.
  3. "ISO 639-3: Scope of denotation for language identifiers: Collections of languages". SIL International. Trat ite ai 5 December 2019.