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fribidi_get_mirror_char(3)	       Programmer's Manual	       fribidi_get_mirror_char(3)

       fribidi_get_mirror_char - get mirrored character

       #include <fribidi.h>

       fribidi_boolean fribidi_get_mirror_char
	    FriBidiChar ch,
	    FriBidiChar *mirrored_ch

       FriBidiChar ch
	      Input character.

       FriBidiChar *mirrored_ch
	      Output mirrored character.

       This function finds the mirrored equivalent of a character as defined in the file BidiMir-
       roring.txt of the Unicode  Character  Database  available  at  http://www.unicode.org/Pub-

       If  the input character is a declared as a mirroring character in the Unicode standard and
       has a mirrored equivalent.  The matching mirrored character is put in the  output,  other-
       wise the input character itself is put.

       If the character has a mirroring equivalent or not.

       fribidi_charset_to_unicode(3),	fribidi_unicode_to_charset(3),	fribidi_parse_charset(3),
       fribidi_shape_arabic(3),   fribidi_get_par_direction(3),    fribidi_get_par_embedding_lev-
       els(3),	 fribidi_reorder_line(3),   fribidi_get_bidi_type(3),  fribidi_get_bidi_types(3),
       fribidi_get_bidi_type_name(3),	 fribidi_debug_status(3),    fribidi_mirroring_status(3),
       fribidi_set_mirroring(3),    fribidi_reorder_nsm_status(3),    fribidi_set_reorder_nsm(3),
       fribidi_log2vis_get_embedding_levels(3),   fribidi_get_type(3),	  fribidi_get_type_inter-
       nal(3),	  fribidi_remove_bidi_marks(3),    fribidi_log2vis(3),	  fribidi_join_arabic(3),
       fribidi_get_joining_type(3),	   fribidi_get_joining_types(3),	fribidi_get_join-
       ing_type_name(3), fribidi_shape_mirroring(3), fribidi_shape(3)

GNU FriBidi 0.19.3			  25 August 2012	       fribidi_get_mirror_char(3)
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