package unidecode

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Note: in this module, decoding a character means translating an UTF8 character to an ASCII representation

val nbc : char -> int

For a given byte, returns how many bytes compose the UTF8 character.

val decode : (int -> string -> 'a) -> (int -> char -> 'a) -> (int -> 'a) -> string -> int -> int -> 'a

decode fns fnc unsupported s i len

s is the source string, len its length, and i the offset of the byte where the character you want to decode starts.

If its representation is a char, e.g. "À" -> 'A', fnc will be called with that char.

If its representation is a string, e.g. "Ч" -> "TCH", fns will be called with that string.

In case of un supported char, unsupported will be called.

In all of these 3 cases, the first argument is the offset of the next byte starting a new character in the original string.

val decode_string : ?unsupported:(Stdlib.Bytes.t -> int -> int -> int Stdlib.ref -> unit) -> string -> string

decode_string str Return a version of str where all characters has been decoded using decode.

If str already is an ASCII string, str itself is returned.


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