Ìyàtọ̀ láàrin àwọn àtúnyẹ̀wò "ISO 639-1"

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'''ISO 639-1:2002''', ''Àwọn àmìọ̀rọ̀ fún ìṣojú àwọn orúkọ àwọn èdè {{--}} Apá 1: àmìọ̀rọ̀ Alpha-2 code'' ni apa kinni [[ISO 639]] awon eseese [[International Organization for Standardization|opagun kariaye]] fun awon amioro ede. Apa kinni dalelori iforukosile awon amioro leta meji. Awon amioro leta meji 136 ni won je fiforukosile. Awon amioro ti won je fiforukosile je ti gbogbo awon ede agbaye koko.
 
These codes are a useful international, and formal, shorthand for indicating languages. For example:
*[[English language|Geesi]] je sisoju pelu <tt>en</tt>
*[[èdè Ígbò|Igbo]] je sisoju pelu <tt>fr</tt>
*[[German language|èdèÈdè Germany]] je sisoju pelu <tt>de</tt> (lati [[endonym]] ''[[Deutsch]]'')
*[[Japanese language|Japanese]] isje representedsisoju bypelu <tt>ja</tt> (even though itsbotilejepe [[endonym]] isre ni ''[[Nihongo]]'')
*[[PortugueseSwahili language|PortugueseÈdè Swahili]] isje representedsisoju bypelu <tt>ptkw</tt> (lati [[endonym]] [[Kiswahili]])
*[[SpanishPortuguese language|SpanishPortuguese]] isje representedsisoju bypelu <tt>espt</tt> (from the [[endonym]] ''[[Español]]'')
*[[Spanish language|Spanish]] je sisoju pelu <tt>es</tt> (lati [[endonym]] ''[[Español]]'')