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(Greetings from The On-Line Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences!)

Checking a Translation of the Lookup Page

For The On-Line Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences

If you would be willing to check the translation into some language, there are two little tests.

Please tell me if you see anything wrong. I would like the translations to be correct in every way.

Thank you. Neil Sloane (njasloane@gmail.com)

The tests all start at the lookup page in the appropriate language - go to the English Lookup Page and click on the language you wish to check.

  1. Check the seven sentences on the lookup page.
  2. On the top page, you should see translations of (reading from top to bottom):

        The On-Line Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences
        Enter a sequence, a word (in English), or the number of a sequence:
        The following pages are all in English.
        For information about the Encyclopedia see the _Welcome Page_
        Maintained by _N. J. A. Sloane_

  3. Check the reply if a sequence is not found
  4. Enter a random sequence (for example, 5553446 887756433 122309877) and click the "Search" button.

    You will see three more sentences:

        Greetings from the _On-Line Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences_!
        I am sorry, but your sequence is not in the database.
        If your sequence is of general interest, please send it to me using the _English form_ provided and I will probably add it to the database!

That's all. If you saw anything wrong, please let me know. Thank you again. Neil Sloane (njasloane@gmail.com)

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