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UMAP(1) 						User Contributed Perl Documentation						   UMAP(1)

NAME
umap - map between different character sets SYNOPSIS
umap [options] <before>:<after> DESCRIPTION
The umap script acts as a filter between different encodings and character sets. The following options are recognized: --list [charset] Without argument list all character sets recognized. With a specified character set list the mapping between this set and Unicode. --strict Do the stict mapping between the character sets. The default is to not translate unmapped character. With --stict we will remove unmapped characters or use the default specified with --def8 or --def16. --def8=<charcode> Set the default 8-bit code for unmapped chars. --def16=<charcode> Set the default 16-bit code for unmapped chars. --verbose Generate more verbose output. --version Print the version number of this program and quit. --help Print the usage message. SEE ALSO
Unicode::String, Unicode::Map8, recode(1) COPYRIGHT
Copyright 1998 Gisle Aas. This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. perl v5.12.1 2010-01-18 UMAP(1)

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UMAP(1)                                                 User Contributed Perl Documentation                                                UMAP(1)

NAME
umap - map between different character sets SYNOPSIS
umap [options] <before>:<after> DESCRIPTION
The umap script acts as a filter between different encodings and character sets. The following options are recognized: --list [charset] Without argument list all character sets recognized. With a specified character set list the mapping between this set and Unicode. --strict Do the stict mapping between the character sets. The default is to not translate unmapped character. With --stict we will remove unmapped characters or use the default specified with --def8 or --def16. --def8=<charcode> Set the default 8-bit code for unmapped chars. --def16=<charcode> Set the default 16-bit code for unmapped chars. --verbose Generate more verbose output. --version Print the version number of this program and quit. --help Print the usage message. SEE ALSO
Unicode::String, Unicode::Map8, recode(1) COPYRIGHT
Copyright 1998 Gisle Aas. This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. perl v5.12.1 2010-01-18 UMAP(1)

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