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      rules: list the codes of Indonesian languages with over 1 million speakers · 51079ff1
      Benno Schulenberg authored
      According to https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Languages_of_Indonesia,
      the following languages in Indonesia (that can be written with the
      Latin script and can thus use the default Indonesian layout) are
      spoken natively by the listed number of people:
      
        Indonesian  (ind) : 210 million
        Javanese    (jav) :  84 million
        Sundanese   (sun) :  42 million
        Madurese    (mad) :  13 million
        Minangkabau (min) :   5.5 million
        Buginese    (bug) :   5.0 million
        Palembang   (mui) :   3.9 million
        Banjarese   (bjn) :   3.5 million
        Acehnese    (ace) :   3.5 million
        Balinese    (ban) :   3.3 million
        Betawi      (bew) :   2.7 million
        Sasak       (sas) :   2.1 million
        Makassarese (mak) :   2.1 million
        Toba Batak  (bbc) :   1.6 million
        Simalungun  (bts) :   1.2 million
        Mandailing  (btm) :   1.1 million
        Jambi Malay (jax) :   1.0 million
        Gorontalo   (gor) :   1.0 million
      
      In the <languageList> the codes are listed in alphabetical order,
      except for the code for the national language (ind).
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