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Bug #45635 Mistake in the German function.arsort translation
Submitted: 2008-07-26 22:38 UTC Modified: 2008-07-28 13:49 UTC
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Status: Wont fix Package: Translation problem
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 [2008-07-26 22:38 UTC] php at temporaryinbox dot com

It's about the sentence:
"Die Fr?chte wurden in umgekehrter alphabetischer Reihenfolge sortiert"
("The fruits got sorted in reverse alphabetic order") <-- my translation, not the one from the English site!

This is what the example-script does but as far as I understand, arsort() does not generally sort by the alphabet as well.
Means: the word "alphabetischer" ("alphabetic") is to much.


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 [2008-07-28 13:49 UTC]
The base document (english version) describes the sort as follows:

"The fruits have been sorted in reverse alphabetical order, and the 
index associated with each element has been maintained."

So I don't find an error in translation.

"Die Fr?chte wurden in umgekehrter alphabetischer Reihenfolge 
sortiert, und die Zuordnung zwischen Index und Element blieb 

The sentence describes the example not the full scope of the 
function as described in the first help page section.
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