[Ilugc] Please guide

Chandrashekar Babu lug at chandrashekar.info
Tue Jun 20 07:19:02 IST 2006

>  > Not necessarily. *Learn both* and go for
>  > python instead. And yes, I'd also plug
>  > ruby into that list.
>  for india? without i18n?

AFAIK, all the above listed languages do support 
i18n. Learning the language intrinsics and concepts
alone along with standard libraries/packages/modules
should be a good start.

Internationalization/Localization cometh next.

Chandrashekar Babu.,
Freelance Open Source Software Technologist,

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