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Manual Reference Pages  -  TRANSLATE (1)

NAME

translate - translates a string via babelfish

CONTENTS

SYNOPSIS



    translate B<-f> I<country-code> B<-t> I<country-code> ’string’


DESCRIPTION



    Translate will take a word or a string and translate to another language
    using babelfish.


OPTIONS

-f



    Language that we should translate from. You can use the following:
    en (English), fr (French), de (German), it (Italien), es (Spanish), pt (Portugeese).


-t



    Language we should translate the word/string to. Same language codes as above.


-h



    Displays the help screen.


CHANGELOG



    March 2003:
    o Add MAN page
    o Fix new babelfish semantics
    June 2002:
    o Initial release


BUGS



    Sometimes a translated string coming back from babelfish may contain special characters
    (e.g. accents etc on fx. french words) which causes the screen to garble up.


AUTHOR



    Written by Michael L. Hostbaek <mich@freebsdcluster.org>


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