Is there any 'standard'/'convention' for writing plain text in many languages? Interleaving the different languages somehow?

There's a (depreciated & withdrawn) Unicode standard (& RFC) for embedding language tags in plain text! eg: β€œLanguage XX starts now:....”

It was defined in RFC2482 (in Jan '99), but depreciated in RFC6082 (Nov '10). Alas. I might still use it. πŸ™‚

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tags_(Un
tools.ietf.org/html/rfc2482

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@ebel this just sounds like yet another way to trash Unicode parsers
@ebel conspiracy headcanon: unicode is designed by the five eyes to allow an easy exploitation vector into systems processing foreign languages.
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