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What Makes Up A Localization Process?

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Localization (also abbreviated as L10n) is the translation and adaptation of material for foreign-language markets. It involves changing words from one language to another. It also involves analyzing ...

Localization (also abbreviated as L10n) is the translation and adaptation of material for foreign-language markets. It involves changing words from one language to another. It also involves analyzing the semantics in the new language to make sure the right thing is said, as well as making sure the product “works” (functionally and linguistically) in the intended culture.

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