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cyrilic translation

Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by legg, Nov 20, 2011.

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  1. legg

    legg Guest

    Cyrilic capital 'B' - is that a W or a V? (given that w is pronounced
    v anyways....)

  2. Just Reader

    Just Reader Guest

    Usually its 'V', but 'Watson' in russian also begins from cyrillic 'Ð’',
    can you provide full word?
  3. legg

    legg Guest

    This is in non-literal alphanumeric text for labeling - as in
    semiconductor or component part numbers.

    ABCD order...

    Alphabetic order translates from the Cyrilic directly as ABWG...

    The ordered sense is V or W doesn't solve the issue, it
    just addresses typographical error.

  4. legg

    legg Guest

    'Googling' also produces the attached information (xpost to a.b.s.e.)

    The problem applies to alpha-numeric ordering of electronic component
    labels, so it's a problem on two levels. ABCD (order) (ABWG)
    order, to begin with (or ABVG otherwise).

    Am currently trying for a straight transliteration of the labels,
    regardless of the loss of sense or order in the process. Actually
    proofreading the output of a robot, without loosing the robot's
    piquant disregard for meaning or purpose (if you can think of a more
    inane activity). With typos out, a real brain can then be engaged to
    process non-garbage.

    Looking for working knowledge from a real human being, with experience
    in this area. The manufacturers keep the cyrilic fonts for part
    numbers in their translated web sites and literature. Is this the real

    I'm thinking it would play hell with a microdiodoze spreadsheet, in
    varying years of revision.

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