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How can I open my.nfo file and extract all the details from the package??
I’ve already tried nfo-od::command (you can see below) but it just returns a syntax error. Any ideas?
Posted on 23 October 2011 by parijat.
The professional leaders of this planet would be more and more aware of the fact that all humanity is together. In the long run, a philosophy that is tolerant, humbler, and better, a philosophy that is open to all the nations, is the best in itself. This is a philosophy that can foster the progress of the human race. – Mikhail Gorbachev
There are over 1 billion people on the planet that speak languages other than English, and there are several international standards, of which one is International English. I have listed several International Standards for the idea of International English that are often confused. I have listed about a dozen standards, and the Wiki is there to help you understand what all this is. The following is the official article from Wikipedia, and I will add links to everything I mention (sorry for the links; a bit time consuming, but I hope it is helpful!).
Is a language standard a dialect, a dialect of a dialect, or what?
International English or International Standard English (ISE) is a standardized form of English (EFL), or English as a foreign language (EFL), that was approved by the International Standards Organization (ISO) in 1998, and has been published in ISO 9:1997 since then. The original ISO standard (ISO 9:1995) was published without a reference to “standardized,” thus automatically indicating that the standard is not actually a standard of English. Despite this, ISO 9:1995 continues to be in wide use in the teaching of English.
The 1998 standard includes Modern American English in addition to Standard English from the British Isles; it also includes a newer spelling system based on new standard varieties of American English, and a new list of B1-B2 pronunciation guides. The British Society for Technical English (BSTE) has published a competing standard, and there are also several other competing versions for specific countries. The International English Society (IES) controls distribution and publication rights for the IES standard. It is available on the IES website for no charge.
The standard also includes two sets of dictionaries, often used together, depending on the needs of the learner:
The International English Dictionary (IEL) is the list of words (for B1-B2 standard pronunciation) in the IEL orthography, and