detect_reset man page

detect_reset — reset Detect structure

Snopsis

#include <chardet.h>
void chardet_reset (Detect **handle);

Description

reset Detect structure

Return Value

void

Example

#include <chardet.h>

int main (void) {
	Detect    * d;
	DetectObj * obj;
	int i, arrayNum;
	char *str[] = {
		"this is ascii",
		"ÀÌ°Ç euc-kr ÀÔ´Ï´Ù."
	};

	arrayNum = sizeof (str) / sizeof (str[0]);

	if ( (d = detect_init ()) == NULL ) {
		fprintf (stderr, "chardet handle initialize failed\n");
		return CHARDET_MEM_ALLOCATED_FAIL;
	}

	for ( i=0; i<arrayNum; i++ ) {
		detect_reset (&d);

		if ( (obj = detect_obj_init ()) == NULL ) {
			fprintf (stderr, "Memory Allocation failed\n");
			return CHARDET_MEM_ALLOCATED_FAIL;
		}

		switch (detect_handledata (&d, "¾È³çÇϼ¼¿ä", &obj)) {
			case CHARDET_OUT_OF_MEMORY :
				fprintf (stderr, "On handle processing, occured out of memory\n");
				detect_obj_free (&obj);
				return CHARDET_OUT_OF_MEMORY;
			case CHARDET_NULL_OBJECT :
				fprintf (stderr,
						"2st argument of chardet() is must memory allocation "
						"with detect_obj_init API\n");
				return CHARDET_NULL_OBJECT;
		}

		printf ("encoding: %s, confidence: %f\n", obj->encoding, obj->confidence);
		detect_obj_free (&obj);
	}
	detect_destroy (&d);

    return 0;
}

Authors

JoungKyun.Kim <http://oops.org>

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See Also

detect_obj_init(3), detect_obj_free(3), detect_init(3), detect_handledata(3), detect_destroy(3)

Referenced By

detect_destroy(3), detect_handledata(3), detect_init(3).

2015-12-11 libchardet manuals