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While there is an entry in the ISO-639-2_utf-8.txt [loc.gov] for "haw|||Hawaiian|hawa´en", I've never ever seen it in actual usage for accept-language but someone else may have.
MS even dumped the Hawaiian font in Windows 7 that used to be in XP and now you have to get it from a 3rd party source.
The Hawaiian language is quite unusual because when the original Polynesians came in their canoes, most of their consonants were washed overboard in a storm, and they arrived here with almost nothing but vowels. All the streets have names like Kal'ia'iou'amaa'aaa'eiou, and many street signs spontaneously generate new syllables during the night.
do you want to detect people who are *in* hawaii or do you also need those who are *from* Hawaii but presently located elsewhere?
Anyway, while I surfing on the WIFI and while the plane was travelling 550 miles per hour, my IP that I was assigned stayed the same through six different states.
First I'd see why they need it.
WiFi never changed in over 2000 miles