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KICONV(3)						   BSD Library Functions Manual 						 KICONV(3)

kiconv_add_xlat16_cspair, kiconv_add_xlat16_cspairs, kiconv_add_xlat16_table -- kernel side iconv library LIBRARY
Kernel side iconv library (libkiconv, -lkiconv) SYNOPSIS
#include <sys/iconv.h> int kiconv_add_xlat16_cspair(const char *tocode, const char *fromcode, int flag); int kiconv_add_xlat16_cspairs(const char *foreigncode, const char *localcode); int kiconv_add_xlat16_table(const char *tocode, const char *fromcode, const void *data, int datalen); DESCRIPTION
The kiconv library provides multi-byte character conversion tables for kernel side iconv service. The kiconv_add_xlat16_cspair() function defines a conversion table using iconv(3) between fromcode charset and tocode charset. You can spec- ify flag to determine if tolower(3) / toupper(3) conversion is included in the table. The flag has following values. KICONV_LOWER KICONV_FROM_LOWER It generates a tolower table in addition to a character conversion table. The difference between two is tolower tocode or tolower fromcode. KICONV_UPPER KICONV_FROM_UPPER It generates a toupper table in addition to a character conversion table. The difference between two is toupper tocode or toupper fromcode. A tolower/toupper conversion is limited to single-byte characters. The kiconv_add_xlat16_cspairs() function defines two conversion tables which are from localcode to foreigncode and from foreigncode to localcode. These conversion tables also contain both tolower and toupper tables. The kiconv_add_xlat16_table() function defines a conversion table directly pointed by data whose length is datalen, not using iconv(3). SEE ALSO
iconv(3), tolower(3), toupper(3) BSD
July 17, 2003 BSD

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ICONV_OPEN(3)						     Linux Programmer's Manual						     ICONV_OPEN(3)

iconv_open - allocate descriptor for character set conversion SYNOPSIS
#include <iconv.h> iconv_t iconv_open(const char *tocode, const char *fromcode); DESCRIPTION
The iconv_open function allocates a conversion descriptor suitable for converting byte sequences from character encoding fromcode to char- acter encoding tocode. The values permitted for fromcode and tocode and the supported combinations are system dependent. For the GNU C library, the permitted val- ues are listed by the iconv --list command, and all combinations of the listed values are supported. The resulting conversion descriptor can be used with iconv any number of times. It remains valid until deallocated using iconv_close. A conversion descriptor contains a conversion state. After creation using iconv_open, the state is in the initial state. Using iconv modi- fies the descriptor's conversion state. (This implies that a conversion descriptor can not be used in multiple threads simultaneously.) To bring the state back to the initial state, use iconv with NULL as inbuf argument. RETURN VALUE
The iconv_open function returns a freshly allocated conversion descriptor. In case of error, it sets errno and returns (iconv_t)(-1). ERRORS
The following error can occur, among others: EINVAL The conversion from fromcode to tocode is not supported by the implementation. CONFORMING TO
iconv(3), iconv_close(3), iconv(1) GNU
1999-11-27 ICONV_OPEN(3)
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