Module:ISO 639 name/sandbox

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Module:ISO 639 name implements:


Data mappingEdit

For code-to-name mapping, this module uses data from:

For name-to-code mapping, this module uses data from:

TestcasesEdit

Tracking categoriesEdit

iso_639_code_existsEdit

Returns true when <code> is found in one of the ISO 639-1, -2, -3, -5, or override tables; returns nil else.

Useage:

{{#invoke:ISO 639 name|iso_639_code_exists|<code>}}

Examples:

without required <code>:
{{#invoke:ISO 639 name|iso_639_code_exists}}
with valid <code>:
{{#invoke:ISO 639 name|iso_639_code_exists|nav}} → true
with invalid <code>:
{{#invoke:ISO 639 name|iso_639_code_exists|xx}}

iso_639_code_to_nameEdit

Returns language name associated with <code>. May return an error message with or without a language name.

Optional parameters:

|hide-err=yes: suppresses error messages
|link=yes: creates link to en.wiki article about the language
|label=<label text> – requires |link=yes; label for the language-name link: [[<language name> language|<label text>]]
|raw=yes: queries part tables only; returns language name as defined in the base data tables without the removal of disambiguation information

Examples:

without required <code>:
{{#invoke:ISO 639 name|iso_639_code_to_name}}error: ISO 639 code is required (help)
with valid <code>:
{{#invoke:ISO 639 name|iso_639_code_to_name|nav}} → Navajo
with invalid <code>:
{{#invoke:ISO 639 name|iso_639_code_to_name|xx}}error: xx not found in ISO 639-1, -2, -2B, -3, -5 list (help)
with invalid <code> (IETF language tag):
{{#invoke:ISO 639 name|iso_639_code_to_name|nv-Latn}} → Navajo error: nv-Latn is an IETF tag (help)
with invalid <code>, error message suppressed:
{{#invoke:ISO 639 name|iso_639_code_to_name|nv-Latn|hide-err=yes}} → Navajo
linked:
{{#invoke:ISO 639 name|iso_639_code_to_name|nav|link=yes}}Navajo
linked with alternate spelling:
{{#invoke:ISO 639 name|iso_639_code_to_name|nav|link=yes|label=Navaho}}Navaho
ISO 639-1 code el is normally overridden by a setting in Module:Language/data/ISO_639_override:
{{#invoke:ISO 639 name|iso_639_code_to_name|el}} → Greek
ISO 639-1 code el with override suppressed:
{{#invoke:ISO 639 name|iso_639_code_to_name|el|raw=yes}} → Modern Greek (1453-)
ISO 639-3 code ina name has disambiguation that is normally suppressed:
{{#invoke:ISO 639 name|iso_639_code_to_name|ina}} → Interlingua
ISO 639-3 code ina with disambiguation:
{{#invoke:ISO 639 name|iso_639_code_to_name|ina|raw=yes}} → Interlingua (International Auxiliary Language Association)

iso_639_code_1_to_nameEdit

Same as iso_639_code_to_name except that <code> must be an ISO 639-1 code; search is constrained to Module:Language/data/ISO 639 override and Module:Language/data/ISO 639-1.

Example:

with valid <code>:
{{#invoke:ISO 639 name|iso_639_code_1_to_name|nv}} → Navajo
with invalid <code>:
{{#invoke:ISO 639 name|iso_639_code_1_to_name|xx}}error: xx not found in ISO 639-1 list (help)

iso_639_code_2_to_nameEdit

Same as iso_639_code_to_name except that <code> must be an ISO 639-2 code; search is constrained to Module:Language/data/ISO 639 override and Module:Language/data/ISO 639-2.

Example:

with valid <code>:
{{#invoke:ISO 639 name|iso_639_code_2_to_name|apa}} → Apache languages
with invalid <code>:
{{#invoke:ISO 639 name|iso_639_code_2_to_name|xxx}}error: xxx not found in ISO 639-2 list (help)

iso_639_code_2B_to_nameEdit

Same as iso_639_code_to_name except that <code> must be an ISO 639-2B code; search is constrained to Module:Language/data/ISO 639 override and Module:Language/data/ISO 639-2B.

Example:

with valid <code>:
{{#invoke:ISO 639 name|iso_639_code_2B_to_name|ice}} → Icelandic
with invalid <code>:
{{#invoke:ISO 639 name|iso_639_code_2B_to_name|xxx}}error: xxx not found in ISO 639-2B list (help)

iso_639_code_3_to_nameEdit

Same as iso_639_code_to_name except that <code> must be an ISO 639-3 code; search is constrained to Module:Language/data/ISO 639 override and Module:Language/data/ISO 639-3.

Example:

with valid <code>:
{{#invoke:ISO 639 name|iso_639_code_3_to_name|nav}} → Navaho
with invalid <code>:
{{#invoke:ISO 639 name|iso_639_code_3_to_name|xxx}}error: xxx not found in ISO 639-3 list (help)

iso_639_code_5_to_nameEdit

Same as iso_639_code_to_name except that <code> must be an ISO 639-5 code; search is constrained to Module:Language/data/ISO 639 override and Module:Language/data/ISO 639-5.

Example:

with valid <code>:
{{#invoke:ISO 639 name|iso_639_code_5_to_name|apa}} → Apache languages
with invalid <code>:
{{#invoke:ISO 639 name|iso_639_code_5_to_name|xxx}}error: xxx not found in ISO 639-5 list (help)

iso_639_name_existsEdit

Returns true when <language name> is found in one of the ISO 639-1, -2, -3, -5, or override tables; returns nil else.

Useage:

{{#invoke:ISO 639 name|iso_639_name_exists|<language name>}}

Examples:

without required <language name>:
{{#invoke:ISO 639 name|iso_639_name_exists}}
with valid <language name>:
{{#invoke:ISO 639 name|iso_639_name_exists|french}} → true
with invalid <language name>:
{{#invoke:ISO 639 name|iso_639_name_exists|fr}}

iso_639_name_to_codeEdit

Returns ISO 639 language code associated with <language name>. May return an error message with or without a language name.

This function may not be particularly useful because, except for case, <language name> must exactly match the name in the data tables.

Optional parameters:

<part> (second positional parameter) – limits return to codes from the specified <part> (1, 2, 3, 5), override table first then the appropriate data table; when not supplied, this function searches in order part 1 to part 5. The search stops when a match is found.
|hide-err=yes: suppresses error messages

Examples:

without <part>, with ISO 639-5 name:
{{#invoke:ISO 639 name|iso_639_name_to_code|North Germanic languages}} → gmq
with <part>:
{{#invoke:ISO 639 name|iso_639_name_to_code|Navajo|2}} → nav

iso_639Edit

When given an ISO 639 language code, return the associated language name; when given a language name, returns the associated ISO 639 language code. May return an error message with or without a language code/name.

This function may not be particularly useful because, except for case, a provided <language name> must exactly match the name in the data tables.

Optional parameters:

<part> (second positional parameter) – limits return to codes/names from the specified <part> (1, 2, 3, 5), override table first then the appropriate data table; when not supplied, this function searches in order part 1 to part 5. The search stops when a match is found.
|hide-err=yes: suppresses error messages

Examples:

without <part>, with ISO 639-5 code:
{{#invoke:ISO 639 name|iso_639|gmq}} → North Germanic languages
without <part>, with ISO 639-5 name:
{{#invoke:ISO 639 name|iso_639|North Germanic languages}} → gmq
with <part> and <code>:
{{#invoke:ISO 639 name|iso_639|nav|2}} → Navajo
with <part> and <name>:
{{#invoke:ISO 639 name|iso_639|Navaho|2}} → nav
require('Module:No globals');

local getArgs = require ('Module:Arguments').getArgs;
--local override_data = mw.loadData ('Module:Language/data/ISO 639 override');
local override_data = mw.loadData ('Module:Language/data/ISO 639 override/sandbox');
local deprecated_data = mw.loadData ('Module:Language/data/ISO 639 deprecated');
local parts = {
	{'Module:Language/data/ISO 639-1', '1'},
	{'Module:Language/data/ISO 639-2', '2'},
	{'Module:Language/data/ISO 639-2B', '2B'},
	{'Module:Language/data/ISO 639-3', '3'},
	{'Module:Language/data/ISO 639-5', '5'},
	}


--[[--------------------------< E R R O R _ M E S S A G E S >--------------------------------------------------

]]

local error_messages = {
	['err_msg'] = '<span style="font-size:100%;" class="error show_639_err_msgs">error: $1 ([[Template:ISO 639 name|help]])</span>',
	['err_text'] = {															-- error messages used only in the code to name functions
		['ietf'] = '$1 is an IETF tag',											-- $1 is the ietf tag
		['required'] = 'ISO 639$1 code is required',							-- $1 is the 639 '-1', '-2', '-3', '-5' part suffix; may be empty string

																				-- code to name functions and code_from_name()
		['not_found'] = '$1 not found in ISO 639-$2 list',						-- $1 is code or language name; $2 is 639 part suffix(es)

																				-- code_from_name() only
		['name'] = 'language name required',
		['not_part'] = '$1 not an ISO 639 part',								-- $1 is invalid 639 suffix (without hyphen)

		['code_name'] = 'language code or name required',						-- iso_639() only
		}
	}

local error_cat = '[[Category:ISO 639 name template errors]]';


--[[--------------------------< S U B S T I T U T E >----------------------------------------------------------

Populates numbered arguments in a message string using an argument table.

]]

local function substitute (msg, args)
	return args and mw.message.newRawMessage (msg, args):plain() or msg;
end


--[[--------------------------< E R R O R _ M S G >------------------------------------------------------------

create an error message

]]

local function error_msg (msg, arg, hide, nocat)
	local retval = '';
	if not hide then
		retval = substitute (error_messages.err_msg, substitute (error_messages.err_text[msg], arg));
		retval = nocat and retval or (retval .. error_cat);
	end
	return retval
end


--[[--------------------------< I S _ S E T >------------------------------------------------------------------

Returns true if argument is set; false otherwise. Argument is 'set' when it exists (not nil) or when it is not an empty string.

]]

local function is_set (var)
	return not (var == nil or var == '');
end


--[=[-------------------------< W I K I L I N K _ M A K E >----------------------------------------------------

Makes a wikilink; when both link and display text is provided, returns a wikilink in the form [[L|D]]; if only
link is provided, returns a wikilink in the form [[L]]; if neither are provided or link is omitted, returns an
empty string.

]=]

local function wikilink_make (link, display)
	if is_set (link) then
		if is_set (display) then
			return table.concat ({'[[', link, '|', display, ']]'});
		else
			return table.concat ({'[[', link, ']]'});
		end
	else
		return '';
	end
end


--[[--------------------------< L A N G _ N A M E _ G E T >----------------------------------------------------

returns first listed language name for code from data{} table; strips parenthetical disambiguation; wikilinks to
the language article if link is true; returns nil else

]]

local function lang_name_get (code, data, link, label, raw)
	local name;
	if data[code] then
--		name = raw and data[code][1] or data[code][1]:gsub ('%s*%b()', '');		-- get the name; strip parenthetical disambiguators if any when <raw> is false
		if raw then
			name = data[code][1];
		else
			name = data[code][1]:gsub ('%s*%b()', '');							-- strip parenthetical disambiguators if any
			name = name:gsub ('([^,]-), +(.+)', '%2 %1');						-- if inverted, uninvert
		end
		if link then															-- make a link to the language article?
			if name:find ('languages') or name:find ('[Ll]anguage$') then
				name = wikilink_make (name, label);								-- simple wikilink for collective languages or langauges ending in 'Language' unless there is a label
			elseif override_data.article_name[code] then
				name = wikilink_make (override_data.article_name[code][1], label or name);	-- language name or label with wikilink from override data
			else
				name = wikilink_make (name .. ' language', label or name);		-- [[name language|name]] or [[name language|label]]
			end
		end
		return name;
	end
end


--[[--------------------------< A D D _ I E T F _ E R R O R _ M S G >------------------------------------------

assembles return-text (language code, language name, or error message) with IETF error message into properly
formatted readable text

|hide-err=yes suppresses error message and category
|cat=no supresses category

]]

local function add_ietf_error_msg (text, ietf_err, hide, nocat)
	if hide then
		ietf_err = '';
	end

	if not nocat then															-- |cat= empty or omitted -> nocat=false
		nocat = '' == ietf_err;													-- spoof; don't add cat when no error
	end

	return table.concat ({														-- tack on ietf error message if one exists
		text,																	-- code name, language name, or error message
		'' ~= ietf_err and ' ' or '',											-- needs a space when ietf_err is not empty
		ietf_err,
		nocat and '' or error_cat,												-- add error category when |cat=<aynthing but 'no'>
		});
end


--[[--------------------------< G E T _ P A R T _ I N D E X >--------------------------------------------------

gets index suitable for parts{} table from ISO 639-<part> (usually args[2])

return valid index [1] - [5]; nil else
	1   <- part ['1']
	2   <- part ['2']															-- this is part 2T
	3   <- part ['2B']
	4   <- part ['3']
	nil <- part ['4']															-- there is no part 4
	5   <- part ['5']

]]

local function get_part_index (part)
	return ({['1']=1, ['2']=2, ['2B']=3, ['3']=4, ['4']=nil, ['5']=5})[part]
end


--[[--------------------------< N A M E _ F R O M _ C O D E _ C O M M O N >------------------------------------

this is code that is common to all of the iso_639_code_n_to_name() functions which serve only as template entry
points to provide the frame, the name of the appropriate data source, and to identify which 639 part applies.

this function returns a language name or an error message.  data is searched in this order:
	part-specific override data -> standard part data -> part-specific deprecated data

a second retval used by _name_from_code() is true when a code is found; nil else

]]

local function name_from_code_common (args, source, part)
	local hide = 'yes' == args['hide-err'];										-- suppress error messages and error categorization
	local nocat = 'no' == args.cat;												-- suppress error categorization (primarily for demo use)
	local raw = 'yes' == args.raw;												-- disable override and dab removal
	local data;																	-- one of the override or part tables
	local name;																	-- holds language name from data

	if not args[1] then															-- if code not provided in the template call
		return error_msg ('required', '-' .. part, hide, nocat);				-- abandon
	end

	local code;																	-- used for error messaging
	local ietf_err;																-- holds an error message when args[1] (language code) is in IETF tag form (may or may not be a valid IETF tag)
	code, ietf_err = args[1]:gsub('(.-)%-.*', '%1');							-- strip ietf subtags; ietf_err is non-zero when subtags are stripped
	ietf_err = (0 ~= ietf_err) and error_msg ('ietf', args[1], hide, nocat) or '';		-- when tags are stripped create an error message; empty string for concatenation else

	if not raw then																-- when raw is true, fetch name as is from part data; ignore override
		data = override_data['override_' .. part];								-- get override data for this part
		name = lang_name_get (code:lower(), data, args.link, args.label, raw);	-- get override language name if there is one
	end
	
	if not name then
		data = mw.loadData (source);											-- get the data for this ISO 639 part
		name = lang_name_get (code:lower(), data, args.link, args.label, raw);	-- get language name if there is one
	end

	if not name then															-- TODO: do something special to indicate when a name is fetched from deprecated data?
		data = deprecated_data['deprecated_' .. part];							-- get deprecated data for this part
		name = lang_name_get (code:lower(), data, args.link, args.label, raw);	-- get deprecated language name if there is one

		if not name then
			return error_msg ('not_found', {code, part}, hide, nocat);			-- code not found, return error message
		end
	end		
	return add_ietf_error_msg (name, ietf_err, hide, nocat), true;				-- return language name with ietf error message if any; true because we found a code
end


--[[--------------------------< _ N A M E _ F R O M _ C O D E >------------------------------------------------

searches through the ISO 639 language tables for a name that matches the supplied code.  on success returns first
language name that matches code from template frame perhaps with an error message and a second return value of true;
on failure returns an error message and a second return value of nil.  The second return value is a return value
used by is_code()

looks first in the override data and then sequentially in the 639-1, -2, -3, and -5 data

]]

local function _name_from_code (frame)
	local args = getArgs(frame);
	local hide = 'yes' == args['hide-err'];										-- suppress error messages and error categorization
	local nocat = 'no' == args.cat;												-- suppress error categorization (primarily for demo use)
	
	if not args[1] then															-- if code not provided in the template call
		return error_msg ('required', '', hide, nocat);							-- abandon
	end

	local name;																	-- the retrieved language name and / or error message
	local found;																-- set to true when language name is found

	for _, part in ipairs (parts) do
		name, found = name_from_code_common (args, part[1],  part[2]);
		if found then
			return name, true;													-- second retval for is_name()
		end
	end

	return error_msg ('not_found', {args[1], '1, -2, -2B, -3, -5'}, hide, nocat);	-- here when code (args[1]) is not found in the data tables
end


--[[--------------------------< N A M E _ F R O M _ C O D E >--------------------------------------------------

template entry point; returns first language name that matches code from template frame or an error message
looks first in the override data and then sequentially in the 639-1, -2, -3, and -5 data

]]

local function name_from_code (frame)
	local ret_val = _name_from_code (frame);									-- ignore second return value
	return ret_val;																-- return language name and / or error message
end


--[[--------------------------< I S _ C O D E >----------------------------------------------------------------

template entry point; returns true if language code maps to a language name; intended as a replacement for:
	{{#exist:Template:ISO 639 name <code>|<exists>|<doesn't exist>}}
Instead of that expensive parser function call use this function:
	{{#if:{{#invoke:ISO 639 name|is_code|<code>}}|<exists>|<doesn't exist>}}
on success, returns true; nil else

]]

local function is_code (frame)
	local _, exists;
	 _, exists = _name_from_code (frame);										-- ignore name/error message return; <exists> is true when name found for code; nil else
	 return exists;
end


--[[--------------------------< N A M E _ F R O M _ C O D E _ 1 >----------------------------------------------

template entry point; returns first language name that matches ISO 639-1 code from template frame or an error message

]]

local function name_from_code_1 (frame)
	local args = getArgs (frame);
	local retval = name_from_code_common (args, parts[1][1],  parts[1][2]);		-- suppress second return value
	return retval;
end


--[[--------------------------< N A M E _ F R O M _ C O D E _ 2 >----------------------------------------------

template entry point; returns first language name that matches ISO 639-2 code from template frame or an error message

]]

local function name_from_code_2 (frame)
	local args = getArgs (frame);
	local retval = name_from_code_common (args, parts[2][1],  parts[2][2]);		-- suppress second return value
	return retval;
end


--[[--------------------------< N A M E _ F R O M _ C O D E _ 2 B >--------------------------------------------

template entry point; returns first language name that matches ISO 639-2 code from template frame or an error message

]]

local function name_from_code_2B (frame)
	local args = getArgs (frame);
	local retval = name_from_code_common (args, parts[3][1],  parts[3][2]);		-- suppress second return value
	return retval;
end


--[[--------------------------< N A M E _ F R O M _ C O D E _ 3 >----------------------------------------------

template entry point; returns first language name that matches ISO 639-3 code from template frame or an error message

]]

local function name_from_code_3 (frame)
	local args = getArgs (frame);
	local retval = name_from_code_common (args, parts[4][1],  parts[4][2]);		-- suppress second return value
	return retval;
end


--[[--------------------------< N A M E _ F R O M _ C O D E _ 5 >----------------------------------------------

template entry point; returns first language name that matches ISO 639-5 code from template frame or an error message

]]

local function name_from_code_5 (frame)
	local args = getArgs (frame);
	local retval = name_from_code_common (args, parts[5][1],  parts[5][2]);		-- index [4] -> part 5 because there is no part 4; suppress second return value
	return retval;
end


--[[--------------------------< N A M E _ I N _ P A R T _ C O D E _ G E T >------------------------------------

indexes into the <name_data> using <name> and extracts the language code assigned to <part> (1, 2, 2B, 3, 5).
attempts to index override data first; returns code on success, nil else

]]

local function name_in_part_code_get (name, part, part_idx, name_data)
	return name_data[name] and (
		name_data[name][part_idx+5]	or											-- see if the name exists in the part's override table
		name_data[name][part_idx] or											-- see if the name exists in the part's main table
		name_data[name][part_idx+10]											-- see if the name exists in the part's deprecated table
		);
end


--[[--------------------------< _ C O D E _ F R O M _ N A M E >------------------------------------------------

module entry point; returns ISO 639-1, -2, -2B, -3, or -5 code associated with language name according to part
(1, 2, 2B, 3, 5) argument; when part is not provided scans 1, 2, 2B, 3, 5 and returns first code

override data are examined first

<args> is frame arguments from getArgs(frame)

]]

local function _code_from_name (args)
	local hide = 'yes' == args['hide-err'];										-- suppress error messages and error categorization
	local nocat = 'no' == args.cat;												-- suppress error categorization (primarily for demo use)

	if not args[1] then
		return error_msg ('name', '', hide, nocat);								-- abandon when language name missing
	end
	
	local name = args[1];														-- used in error messaging
	local lc_name = name:gsub(' +', ' ');										-- strip extraneous space characters
	lc_name = mw.ustring.lower (lc_name);										-- lowercase version of name for indexing into the data table

	local part_idx;
	local part = args[2];
	if part then
		part_idx = get_part_index (part);
		if not part_idx then
			return error_msg ('not_part', part, hide, nocat);					-- abandon; args[2] is not a valid ISO 639 part
		end
	end

--	local name_data = mw.loadData ('Module:Language/data/ISO 639 name to code');	-- ISO 639 language names to code table
	local name_data = mw.loadData ('Module:Language/data/ISO 639 name to code/sandbox');	-- ISO 639 language names to code table

	local code;
	
	if part then
		code = name_in_part_code_get (lc_name, part, part_idx, name_data);		-- search the specified override table + part table
	else
		for part_idx, part_tag in ipairs ({'1', '2', '2B', '3', '5'}) do		-- no part provided, spin through all parts override first and get the first available code
			code = name_in_part_code_get (lc_name, part_tag, part_idx, name_data);
			if code then														-- nil when specified <part> does not have code for specified language <name>
				break;															-- when code is not nil, done
			end
		end
	end
	
	if code then
		return code, true;
	end
	return error_msg ('not_found', {name, part or '1, -2, -2B, -3, -5'}, hide, nocat), false;
end


--[[--------------------------< C O D E _ F R O M _ N A M E >--------------------------------------------------

template entry point; returns ISO 639-1, -2, -2B, -3, or -5 code associated with language name according to part
(1, 2, 2B, 3, 5) argument; when part is not provided scans 1, 2, 2B, 3, 5 and returns first code

override data are examined first

args[1] is language name
args[2] is ISO 639 part

]]

local function code_from_name (frame)
	local args = getArgs(frame);
	local result, _ = _code_from_name (args);									-- suppress true/false return used by is_name()
	return result;
end


--[[--------------------------< I S _ N A M E >----------------------------------------------------------------

template entry point; returns ISO 639-1, -2, -3, or -5 code associated with language name according to part (1, 2, 3, 5) argument;
when part is not provided scans 1, 2, 3 , 5 and returns first code

override data are examined first

args[1] is language name
args[2] is ISO 639 part

]]

local function is_name (frame)
	local args = getArgs(frame);
	local _, result = _code_from_name (args);									-- suppress code return used by code_from_name()
	return result and true or nil;
end


--[[--------------------------< I S O _ 6 3 9 >----------------------------------------------------------------

template entry point.
returns:
	language name if args[1] is valid language code
	language code if args[1] is valid language name

this function is constrained to the ISO 639 part specified in args[2] which must be 1, 2, 2B, 3, or 5.  When not provided
all parts are tested. The first match is found

]]

local function iso_639 (frame)
	local args = getArgs (frame);
	local hide = 'yes' == args['hide-err'];										-- suppress error messages and error categorization
	local nocat = 'no' == args.cat;												-- suppress error categorization (primarily for demo use)
	local result;
	local found;																-- set to true when language name is found

	if not args[1] then
		return error_msg ('code_name', '', hide, nocat);
	end

	local part = args[2];
	if part then																-- if ISO 639 part supplied
		local part_idx = get_part_index (part);									-- map index from <part>; anything else nil

		if not part_idx then
			return error_msg ('not_part', part, hide, nocat);					-- abandon; args[2] is not a valid ISO 639 part
		end

		result, found = name_from_code_common (args, parts[part_idx][1], parts[part_idx][2]);	-- attempt to find a code match
		if found then
			return result;														-- found the code so return the language name
		end

		result = _code_from_name (args);										-- might be a language name; return code if it is; error message or empty string else
		return result;															-- this way to suppress second return

	else		
		for _, part in ipairs (parts) do										-- for each of the iso 639 parts
			result, found = name_from_code_common (args, part[1], part[2]);		-- attempt to find a code match
			if found then
				return result;													-- found the code so return the language name
			end
		end
	end	

	result = _code_from_name (args);											-- might be a language name; return code if it is; error message or empty string else
	return result;																-- this way to suppress second return
end


--[[--------------------------< E X P O R T E D   F U N C T I O N S >------------------------------------------
]]

return {
	iso_639 = iso_639,															-- returns code when given name; returns name when given code

	is_code = is_code,
	is_name = is_name,

	name_from_code = name_from_code,
	name_from_code_1 = name_from_code_1,
	name_from_code_2 = name_from_code_2,
	name_from_code_2B = name_from_code_2B,
	name_from_code_3 = name_from_code_3,
	name_from_code_5 = name_from_code_5,

	code_from_name = code_from_name,

	iso_639_code_exists = is_code,												-- deprecated
	iso_639_name_exists = is_name,												-- deprecated

	iso_639_code_to_name = name_from_code,										-- deprecated
	iso_639_code_1_to_name = name_from_code_1,									-- deprecated
	iso_639_code_2_to_name = name_from_code_2,									-- deprecated
	iso_639_code_2B_to_name = name_from_code_2B,								-- deprecated
	iso_639_code_3_to_name = name_from_code_3,									-- deprecated
	iso_639_code_5_to_name = name_from_code_5,									-- deprecated

	iso_639_name_to_code = code_from_name,										-- deprecated
	};