In the Paraguayan Guarani language the plural rules is;
nplurals=2; plural=(n != 1);
Refer: Mozilla Firefox - Guarani / Paraguay.
On 2015-04-01 05:52, Esteban RD wrote:
> Hi, I found information about the Guarani language are attached .. Could
you stop using it to proceed? the Plural Form is not available as you can
see but many other information if you are .
> If you really need it I'll have to see how to insert or create this
within the group Unicode.org
Going by the plural information in that text file:
> nplurals 2
> pluralequation (n > 1)
this would seem to be a reasonable value for Plural Forms:
nplurals=2; plural=(n > 1)
However, is there any way we can get confirmation of those plural rules?
Is there an authoritative source we can refer to?
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