unicode_uc - Man Page

unicode uppercase, lowercase, and titlecase character lookup


#include <courier-unicode.h>

char32_t unicode_uc(char32_t c);

char32_t unicode_lc(char32_t c);

char32_t unicode_tc(char32_t c);

char *unicode_convert_tocase(const char *str, const char *charset, char32_t (*first_char_func)(uncode_char), char32_t (*char_func)(uncode_char));


unicode_uc(), unicode_lc(), unicode_tc() return the uppercase, lowercase, or the titlecase equivalent of the unicode character c. If this character does not have an uppercase, lowercase, or a titlecase equivalent, these functions return c, the same character.

unicode_convert_tocase() takes the string str in the character set charset. first_char_func and char_func, each, should be unicode_uc, unicode_lc, or unicode_tc. unicode_convert_tocase() returns a malloc()ed buffer. The first unicode character in str gets processed by first_char_func, and all other characters by char_func.

See Also

courier-unicode(7), unicode_convert(3), unicode_default_chset(3), unicode_html40ent_lookup(3), unicode_category_lookup(3), unicode_grapheme_break(3), unicode_word_break(3), unicode_line_break(3).


Sam Varshavchik


Referenced By

courier-unicode(7), unicode_category_lookup(3), unicode_default_chset(3), unicode_grapheme_break(3), unicode_html40ent_lookup(3), unicode::tolower(3), unicode_u_ucs4_native(3), unicode_wb_init(3).

The man pages unicode_convert_tocase(3), unicode_lc(3) and unicode_tc(3) are aliases of unicode_uc(3).

04/16/2022 Courier Unicode Library