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An object based on
AddressErrors includes a
languageCode property when the address's
languageCode property couldn't be validated. The returned string explains the error and should offer suggestions for how to correct it.
var languageError = AddressErrors.languageCode;
If the value specified in the
languageCode property could not be validated, this property contains a
DOMString offering a human-readable explanation of the validation error and offers suggestions for correcting it.
This validation might be as simple as ensuring the text of the string is compliant with the syntax defined in RFC 5646: Tags for Identifying Languages (also known as BCP 47), or as detailed as actually verifying that the specified string matches a value from a database.
languageCode value was validated successfully, this property is not included in the
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