unicode::iconvert::convert man page

unicode::iconvert::convert, unicode::ucs_4, unicode::ucs_2, unicode::utf_8, unicode::iso_8859_1 — unicode character set conversion


#include <courier-unicode.h>

extern const char unicode::ucs_4[];
extern const char unicode::ucs_2[];
extern const char unicode::utf_8[];
extern const char unicode::iso_8859_1[];

std::string unicode::iconvert::convert(const std::string &text, const std::string &srccharset, const std::string &dstcharset);

std::string unicode::iconvert::convert(const std::string &text, const std::string &srccharset, const std::string &dstcharset, bool &errflag);

std::string unicode::iconvert::convert(const std::vector<unicode_char> &text, const std::string &dstcharset);

std::string unicode::iconvert::convert(const std::vector<unicode_char> &text, const std::string &dstcharset, bool &errflag);

bool unicode::iconvert::convert(const std::string &text, const std::string &charset, std::vector<unicode_char> &text);


The overloaded unicode::convert::convert() functions convert:

These functions use iconv(3), and can use any character set that's supported by iconv(3). Use unicode::ucs_2 and unicode::ucs_4 to specify the 16 and the 32 bit unicode octet in native byte order. Use unicode::utf_8 and unicode::iso_8859_1 to specify these two standard character sets. The overloaded versions that pass a reference to a bool set the flag to true if some characters could not be converted. The overloaded version that initializes a unicode vector returns the bool flag, instead.

See Also

courier-unicode(7), unicode::convert::convert_tocase(3), unicode_convert(3), iconv(3)[1].


Sam Varshavchik





Referenced By


unicode::iso_8859_1(3), unicode::ucs_2(3), unicode::ucs_4(3) and unicode::utf_8(3) are aliases of unicode::iconvert::convert(3).

07/29/2015 Courier Unicode Library