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This class can retrieve the continent names in multiple languages.
It can take a two letter code for a continent and return the name of the continent in multiple possible languages.
Currently the class supports the returning the names in Arabic, Spanish, Czech, Danish, German, English, French, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Dutch, Portuguese, Russian, Slovak, and Chinese.
|The name of each continent changes from language to language. This class can get the names of the continents in many different languages.
Continent Names (Multilingual)
Converts continent code to full name in 17 languages (and/or script variations).
- Arabic (????)
- Czech (?e?tina)
- German (Deutsch)
- Danish (dansk)
- Spanish (Español)
- French (français)
- Hebrew (???????)
- Italian (italiano)
- Japanese (???)
- Dutch (Nederlands)
- Portuguese (Português)
- Russian (???????)
- Slovak (sloven?ina)
- Chinese simplified (????)
- Chinese traditional (????)
- Welsh (Cymraeg)
# These are examples of COUNTRY CODE >>> CONTINENT CODE
echo Continent::Country2ContinentCode('cn'); # AS (China is in Asia)
echo Continent::Country2ContinentCode('HU'); # EU (Hungary is in Europe)
# These are examples of CONTINENT CODE >>> CONTINENT NAME
echo Continent::getContinentName('as', 'he'); # ???????
echo Continent::getContinentName('EU', 'ru'); # ??????
echo Continent::getContinentName('af', 'zh-tw'); # ??
echo Continent::getContinentName('sa', 'cy'); # Sydamerika
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