The Indonesian language (bahasa Indonesia [baˈhasa indoˈnesja]) is one of the Sunda-Sulavesi Malayo-Polynesian Austronesian languages. It is a living language (variety of Malay macrolanguage [msa / ms]) with ISO 639 code [ind] or [id].
Indonesian is used as lingua franca in Indonesia. This language is distributed in Indonesia. The total of speakers is about 43'000'000 (native) and about 200'000'000 (native and second).
Latin script (Indonesian alphabet) is used for writing.
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