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When used with the "Redirect category shell" (Rcat shell) template:

Template {{Redirect category shell}} may be used to add one or more rcat templates, along with their parameters and categories, to a redirect. For more information see the documentation page below.

When used by itself:

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Purpose

This redirect category (rcat) template is added to redirects that are related to ISO 639, the language code developed by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). The redirect titles have the form ISO 639:xxx, where xxx is a three-letter ISO 639 code. In the category they are automatically sorted by the "xxx" (without the "ISO 639:" prefix).

These redirects are maintained by PotatoBot's Task 2.

Usage

#REDIRECT [[(target article title)]]

{{Rcat shell|
{{R from ISO 639 code}}
{{R unprintworthy}}
}}
Template {{Rcat shell}} is an alias for the Redirect category shell template, which may be used to add as many appropriate rcats as needed, usually from one to seven, along with their parameters, to a redirect. For more information see the documentation on its template page. This rcat may also tag a redirect individually:
#REDIRECT [[(target article title)]]

{{R from ISO 639 code}}
This is in accord with instructions found at Wikipedia:REDCAT.
  • Use this rcat to tag any mainspace redirect from an ISO 639 language code to an article about the language. An example is ISO 639:zhoRedirect arrow without text.svgChinese language.

Additional parameter

  • An optional unnamed parameter, |1=, may be used to alter the language series and the category in the following manner:
{{Rcat shell|
{{R from ISO 639 code|1=N}}
{{R unprintworthy}}
}}
or the 1= may be omitted
{{Rcat shell|
{{R from ISO 639 code|N}}
{{R unprintworthy}}
}}
and if used individually:
{{R from ISO 639 code|N}}
...where N is the part number of the ISO 639 standard; currently, N may be a 1 or a 5.
The final number in each of those two category titles corresponds with the part number of the ISO 639 standard.

Aliases

  • Also known as... – list of templates that redirect here and may also be used

See also