Website definitions of Constructed Language
Source: ISO 639-3 (https://iso639-3.sil.org)
"Types of individual languages"
Constructed languages: This part of ISO 639 also includes identifiers that denote constructed (or artificial) languages. In order to qualify for inclusion the language must have a literature and it must be designed for the purpose of human communication. It must be a complete language, and be in use for human communication by some community long enough to be passed to a second generation of users. Specifically excluded are reconstructed languages and computer programming languages.
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