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You can use the command C-h L
describe-language-environment) to find out information about
the support for a specific language environment. See section Q.3 Language Environments. This tells you which languages this language
environment is useful for, and lists the character sets, coding
systems, and input methods that go with it. It also shows some sample
text to illustrate scripts.
The command C-h h (
view-hello-file) displays the file
`etc/HELLO', which shows how to say "hello" in many languages.
The command C-h I (
information about input methods--either a specified input method, or by
default the input method in use. See section Q.4 Input Methods.
The command C-h C (
information about coding systems--either a specified coding system, or
the ones currently in use. See section Q.7 Coding Systems.
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