Translating a computer language is a _very_ bad idea.
It has been done before, especially here in France. For
a while I think the Ministery of Education was pushing
a french translation of Pascal. Now that's something
really (twice) useless! Seriously that's totally pointless.
First "simplistic" English reads much better than
simplistic French, and then when people have to maintain
real-life code, written in a real, English-based language,
then they are at a real disadvantage.
The English used in computer languages is simple enough
that a couple of weeks of training is enough to feel at
ease with it. And even the English used in Computer
books, once you understand how compound words are built
is usually pretty simple. I remember reading technical
manuals _way_ before I was able to read even the simplest
novel in English.
IMHO you should not waste your time, and above all the time
of people who would use "translated" languages.
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