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Locale::Codes::Country(PerllProgrammers ReferenceLocale::Codes::Country(3perl)

       Locale::Codes::Country - standard codes for country identification

	  use Locale::Codes::Country;

	  $country = code2country('jp' [,CODESET]);	   # $country gets 'Japan'
	  $code	   = country2code('Norway' [,CODESET]);	   # $code gets 'no'

	  @codes   = all_country_codes( [CODESET]);
	  @names   = all_country_names();

	  # semi-private routines
	  Locale::Codes::Country::alias_code('uk' => 'gb');
	  Locale::Codes::Country::rename_country('gb' => 'Great Britain');

       The "Locale::Codes::Country" module provides access to several code
       sets that can be used for identifying countries, such as those defined
       in ISO 3166-1.

       Most of the routines take an optional additional argument which
       specifies the code set to use. If not specified, the default ISO 3166-1
       two-letter codes will be used.

       There are several different code sets you can use for identifying
       countries. A code set may be specified using either a name, or a
       constant that is automatically exported by this module.

       For example, the two are equivalent:

	  $country = code2country('jp','alpha-2');
	  $country = code2country('jp',LOCALE_CODE_ALPHA_2);

       The codesets currently supported are:

       alpha-2, LOCALE_CODE_ALPHA_2
	   This is the set of two-letter (lowercase) codes from ISO 3166-1,
	   such as 'tv' for Tuvalu.

	   This is the default code set.

       alpha-3, LOCALE_CODE_ALPHA_3
	   This is the set of three-letter (lowercase) codes from ISO 3166-1,
	   such as 'brb' for Barbados. These codes are actually defined and
	   maintained by the U.N. Statistics division.

       numeric, LOCALE_CODE_NUMERIC
	   This is the set of three-digit numeric codes from ISO 3166-1, such
	   as 064 for Bhutan. These codes are actually defined and maintained
	   by the U.N. Statistics division.

	   If a 2-digit code is entered, it is converted to 3 digits by
	   prepending a 0.

       fips-10, LOCALE_CODE_FIPS
	   The FIPS 10 data are two-letter (uppercase) codes assigned by the
	   National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency.

       dom, LOCALE_CODE_DOM
	   The IANA is responsible for delegating management of the top level
	   country domains.  The country domains are the two-letter
	   (lowercase) codes from ISO 3166 with a few other additions.

       code2country ( CODE [,CODESET] )
       country2code ( NAME [,CODESET] )
       country_code2code ( CODE ,CODESET ,CODESET2 )
       all_country_codes ( [CODESET] )
       all_country_names ( [CODESET] )
       Locale::Codes::Country::rename_country  ( CODE ,NEW_NAME [,CODESET] )
       Locale::Codes::Country::add_country  ( CODE ,NAME [,CODESET] )
       Locale::Codes::Country::delete_country  ( CODE [,CODESET] )
       Locale::Codes::Country::add_country_alias  ( NAME ,NEW_NAME )
       Locale::Codes::Country::delete_country_alias  ( NAME )
       Locale::Codes::Country::rename_country_code  ( CODE ,NEW_CODE
       [,CODESET] )
       Locale::Codes::Country::add_country_code_alias  ( CODE ,NEW_CODE
       [,CODESET] )
       Locale::Codes::Country::delete_country_code_alias  ( CODE [,CODESET] )
	   These routines are all documented in the Locale::Codes::API man

       alias_code ( ALIAS, CODE [,CODESET] )
	   Version 2.07 included 2 functions for modifying the internal data:
	   rename_country and alias_code. Both of these could be used only to
	   modify the internal data for country codes.

	   As of 3.10, the internal data for all types of codes can be

	   The alias_code function is preserved for backwards compatibility,
	   but the following two are identical:

	      alias_code(ALIAS,CODE [,CODESET]);
	      rename_country_code(CODE,ALIAS [,CODESET]);

	   and the latter should be used for consistency.

	   The alias_code function is deprecated and will be removed at some
	   point in the future.

	   Note: this function was previously called _alias_code, but the
	   leading underscore has been dropped. The old name was supported for
	   all 2.X releases, but has been dropped as of 3.00.

	   The Locale-Codes distribution.

	   The list of functions supported by this module.

	   ISO codes for country sub-divisions (states, counties, provinces,
	   etc), as defined in ISO 3166-2.  This module is not part of the
	   Locale-Codes distribution, but is available from CPAN in

	   Official home page for the ISO 3166 maintenance agency.

	   Unfortunately, they do not make the actual ISO available for free,
	   so I cannot check the alpha-3 and numerical codes here.

	   The source of ISO 3166-1 two-letter codes used by this module.

	   The source of the official ISO 3166-1 three-letter codes and three-
	   digit codes.

	   For some reason, this table is incomplete! Several countries are
	   missing from it, and I cannot find them anywhere on the UN site.  I
	   get as much of the data from here as I can.

	   The official list of the FIPS 10 codes.

	   Official source of the top-level domain names.

	   The World Factbook maintained by the CIA is a potential source of
	   the data.  Unfortunately, it adds/preserves non-standard codes, so
	   it is no longer used as a source of data.

	   Another unofficial source of data. Currently, it is not used to get
	   data, but the notes and explanatory material were very useful for
	   understanding discrepancies between the sources.

       See Locale::Codes for full author history.

       Currently maintained by Sullivan Beck (sbeck@cpan.org).

	  Copyright (c) 1997-2001 Canon Research Centre Europe (CRE).
	  Copyright (c) 2001-2010 Neil Bowers
	  Copyright (c) 2010-2013 Sullivan Beck

       This module is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it
       under the same terms as Perl itself.

perl v5.18.2			  2014-01-06	 Locale::Codes::Country(3perl)

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