P*rl in Latin, whither Python?

Konrad Hinsen hinsen at cnrs-orleans.fr
Mon Nov 20 12:26:16 CET 2000


Erik Max Francis <max at alcyone.com> writes:

> I know there was one such service that translated from any supported
> language to any other.  It did this by first translating everything to a
> auxiliary language, and then retranslating it to the target language;
> the auxiliary language that was used was (essentially) Esperanto. 
> Unfortunately, I don't remember which translation service this was at
> the moment.

If you mean machine translation, it's probably the DLT project:
http://www.esperantic.org/ced/DLT.htm

There are also some organisations which use human translators in this
way.

(Can anyone come up with a relation to Python?)

Konrad.
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