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// ** I18N

// Calendar EN language
// Author: Idan Sofer, <idan@idanso.dyndns.org>
// Encoding: UTF-8
// Distributed under the same terms as the calendar itself.

// For translators: please use UTF-8 if possible.  We strongly believe that
// Unicode is the answer to a real internationalized world.  Also please
// include your contact information in the header, as can be seen above.

// full day names
Calendar._DN = new Array
("?????",
 "???",
 "?????",
 "?????",
 "?????",
 "????",
 "???",
 "?????");

// Please note that the following array of short day names (and the same goes
// for short month names, _SMN) isn't absolutely necessary.  We give it here
// for exemplification on how one can customize the short day names, but if
// they are simply the first N letters of the full name you can simply say:
//
//   Calendar._SDN_len = N; // short day name length
//   Calendar._SMN_len = N; // short month name length
//
// If N = 3 then this is not needed either since we assume a value of 3 if not
// present, to be compatible with translation files that were written before
// this feature.

// short day names
Calendar._SDN = new Array
("?",
 "?",
 "?",
 "?",
 "?",
 "?",
 "?",
 "?");

// full month names
Calendar._MN = new Array
("?????",
 "??????",
 "???",
 "?????",
 "???",
 "????",
 "????",
 "??????",
 "??????",
 "???????",
 "??????",
 "?????");

// short month names
Calendar._SMN = new Array
("???",
 "???",
 "???",
 "???",
 "???",
 "???",
 "???",
 "???",
 "???",
 "???",
 "???",
 "???");

// First day of the week. "0" means display Sunday first, "1" means display
// Monday first, etc.
Calendar._FD = 1;

// tooltips
Calendar._TT = {};
Calendar._TT["INFO"] = "????? ??????";

Calendar._TT["ABOUT"] =
"???? ?????/??? DHTML\n" +
"(c) dynarch.com 2002-2005 / Author: Mihai Bazon\n" + // don't translate this this ;-)
"?????? ??????? ????? ?: http://www.dynarch.com/projects/calendar/\n" +
"???? ??? ?????? ? GNU LGPL.  ???? ? http://gnu.org/licenses/lgpl.html ?????? ??????." +
"\n\n" +
????? ?????:\n" +
"- ????? ???????? \xab, \xbb ?????? ???\n" +
"- ????? ???????? " + String.fromCharCode(0x2039) + ", " + String.fromCharCode(0x203a) + " ?????? ????\n" +
"- ???? ????? ???? ??? ???????? ???????? ???? ?????? ????? ????.";
Calendar._TT["ABOUT_TIME"] = "\n\n" +
"????? ???:\n" +
"- ??? ?? ?? ??? ????? ???? ??? ??????\n" +
"- ?? shift ?????? ?? ????? ??? ??????\n" +
"- ?? ??? ????? ?????? ????? ????.";

Calendar._TT["PREV_YEAR"] = "??? ????? - ???? ????? ?????";
Calendar._TT["PREV_MONTH"] = "???? ???? - ???? ????? ?????";
Calendar._TT["GO_TODAY"] = "???? ?????";
Calendar._TT["NEXT_MONTH"] = "???? ??? - ???? ??????";
Calendar._TT["NEXT_YEAR"] = "??? ???? - ???? ??????";
Calendar._TT["SEL_DATE"] = "??? ?????";
Calendar._TT["DRAG_TO_MOVE"] = "???? ?????";
Calendar._TT["PART_TODAY"] = " )????(";

// the following is to inform that "%s" is to be the first day of week
// %s will be replaced with the day name.
Calendar._TT["DAY_FIRST"] = "??? %s ????";

// This may be locale-dependent.  It specifies the week-end days, as an array
// of comma-separated numbers.  The numbers are from 0 to 6: 0 means Sunday, 1
// means Monday, etc.
Calendar._TT["WEEKEND"] = "6";

Calendar._TT["CLOSE"] = "????";
Calendar._TT["TODAY"] = "????";
Calendar._TT["TIME_PART"] = "(????-)??? ????? ??? ????? ???";

// date formats
Calendar._TT["DEF_DATE_FORMAT"] = "%Y-%m-%d";
Calendar._TT["TT_DATE_FORMAT"] = "%a, %b %e";

Calendar._TT["WK"] = "wk";
Calendar._TT["TIME"] = "???::";
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