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Category:CS1 errors: script parameters

This is a tracking category for cs1|2 templates that have malformed |script-<param>= parameters.

Invalid |script-<param>=: <type>

The various |script-<param>= parameters are checked for proper form. When an error is detected, the error message briefly identifies the type of the error:

missing title part – the |script-<param>= parameter has a language-code prefix but is otherwise empty
missing prefix – the |script-<param>= parameter has text but is missing the required language-code prefix; the prefix has the form xx: where xx is a valid ISO 639-1 language code known to cs1|2 as a language that uses a non-Latin script; the colon (:) is required
unknown language code – the |script-<param>= parameter has a (possibly valid) ISO 639-1 language code that cs1|2 does not recognize as a language using a non-Latin script

Known codes are:

  • am – Amharic
  • ar – Arabic
  • be – Belarusian
  • bg – Bulgarian
  • bn – Bangla
  • bs – Bosnian
  • dv – Divehi
  • el – Greek
  • fa – Persian
  • gu – Gujarati
  • he – Hebrew
  • hi – Hindi
  • hy – Armenian
  • ja – Japanese
  • ka – Georgian
  • kk – Kazakh
  • km – Khmer
  • kn – Kannada
  • ko – Korean
  • ku – Kurdish
  • mk – Macedonian
  • ml – Malayalam
  • mn – Mongolian
  • mr – Marathi
  • my – Burmese
  • ne – Nepali
  • ps – Pashto
  • ru – Russian
  • sd – Sindhi
  • si – Sinhala
  • sr – Serbian
  • ta – Tamil
  • tg – Tajik
  • th – Thai
  • ug – Uyghur
  • uk – Ukrainian
  • ur – Urdu
  • uz – Uzbek
  • yi – Yiddish
  • zh – Chinese

Pages with this error are automatically placed in Category:CS1 errors: script parameters.[a]


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