Once you've translated your file, your export will have an appended language code. If your original file is FileZ, the exported translation would be FileZ (xx).[export extension] where (xx) is the language code.

Language Codes:
Afrikaans (af)
Arabic (ar)
Armenian (hy)
Azerbaijani (az)
Basque (eu)
Bengali (bn)
Bulgarian (bg)
Catalan (ca)
Chinese, Mandarin (cmn)
Croatian (hr)
Czech (cs)
Danish (da)
Dutch (nl)
English (en)
Filipino, Tagalog (tl)
Finnish (fi)
French (fr)
Galician (gl)
Georgian (ka)
German (de)
Greek (el)
Gujarati (gu)
Hebrew (he)
Hindi (hi)
Hungarian (hu)
Icelandic (is)
Indonesian (id)
Italian (it)
Japanese (ja)
Javanese (jv)
Kannada (kn)
Khmer (km)
Korean (ko)
Lao (lo)
Latvian (lv)
Lithuanian (lt)
Malay (ms)
Malayalam (ml)
Marathi (mr)
Nepali (ne)
Norwegian Bokmål (nb)
Persian (fa)
Polish (pl)
Portuguese (pt)
Romanian (ro)
Russian (ru)
Serbian (sr)
Sinhala (si)
Slovak (sk)
Slovenian (sl)
Spanish (es)
Sundanese (su)
Swahili (sw)
Swedish (sv)
Tamil (ta)
Telugu (te)
Thai (th)
Turkish (tr)
Ukrainian (uk)
Urdu (ur)
Vietnamese (vi)
Zulu (zu)

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