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Tool to detect the language of a text document (Lang Recognition). A language is a system of signs (characters) that enables communication between people. There are hundreds of languages, this tool will detect the language of a text.

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Language Recognition

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Tool to detect the language of a text document (Lang Recognition). A language is a system of signs (characters) that enables communication between people. There are hundreds of languages, this tool will detect the language of a text.

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How to recognize the language of a text?

Language recognition (dialect or lang detection) is based on the characters detection (the alphabet) among the expressions and the words in the text.

The main principle is to detect/identify/recognize common words

Example: In English a, to, of, etc., in French, de, la, le, un, et

Count rare characters (or missing ones) to discriminate some foreign languages

Example: In English, the letter j is rare, in French, the letter w is rare and limited to words imported from other languages

Look for language specific characters/signs as diacritics

Example: In Spanish, the ñ (tilde n) appears often, in French, accent letters such as â,ç,è,é,ê,î,ô,û,ù are used, etc.

dCode is limited to a hundred languages worldwide.

How to count words in a text?

dCode offers word counting and / or character frequency analysis tools.

What are the most common languages?

The languages with the most speakers in the world are

English
Mandarin Chinese
Spanish
Arabic
Hindi/Hindustani
French
these are the languages with the most translations.

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