int pr29_4z(const uint32_t * in);
- const uint32_t * in
zero terminated array of Unicode code points.
Check the input to see if it may be normalized into different strings by different NFKC implementations, due to an anomaly in the NFKC specifications.
Return value: Returns the Pr29_rc value PR29_SUCCESS on success, and PR29_PROBLEM if the input sequence is a "problem sequence" (i.e., may be normalized into different strings by different implementations).
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