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Some Irish-language names derive or are adapted from the English-language — Éamon = Edmund or Edward.
Some Irish-language names have direct English equivalents deriving from a common name in Ireland.
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The problem I face is I'm not familiar the query string "code" such as , etc... Where could I get a detail table for each one like " ", " " bla bla bla....
Probably important note printers were the dominant output device through much of the 50's and 60's, and well into the 70's.Since I am cleaning the data, should I also address all of the 0D, too, by removing them? You could remove '\r' from the data, but make sure that the programs that will use this data understand that '\n' means the end of line very well. So based on the application that uses your data, you'll need to make the decision on whether you want/need to filter out CR's. Python's readline() returns a line followed with a \O12. So be aware that the len() will include the NL unless you try to read past the EOF the len() will never be zero.Is there ever a good reason to keep 0D (carriage return) anymore? In most cases it is taken into account, but check just in case. Therefore if you INSERT any line of text obtained by the Python readline() into a mysql table it will include the NL character by default, at the end.This list of Irish-language given names shows Irish language (as Gaeilge) given names and Anglicized or Latinized forms, with English equivalents.Some English-language names derive directly from the Irish — Kathleen = Caitlín, Owen = Eoghan.