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NKF(1L) 																   NKF(1L)

NAME
nkf - Network Kanji code conversion Filter v2.0
SYNOPSIS
nkf [ options ] [ file ]
DESCRIPTION
Nkf is a yet another kanji code converter among networks, hosts and terminals. It converts input kanji code to designated kanji code such as 7-bit JIS, MS-kanji (shifted-JIS), utf-8 or EUC. One of the most unique facicility of nkf is the guess of the input kanji code. It currently recognizes 7-bit JIS, MS-kanji (shifted- JIS),utf-8 and EUC. So users needn't the input kanji code specification. By default X0201 kana is converted into X0208 kana. For X0201 kana, SO/SI, SSO and ESC-(-I methods are supported. For automatic code detec- tion, nkf assumes no X0201 kana in MS-Kanji. To accept X0201 in MS-Kanji, use -X, -x or -S. Options are bellow: -j output 7-bit JIS code. This is a default. -s output MS-kanji (shifted-JIS) code. -e output EUC (AT&T) code. -w output UTF-8 (Unicode 8bit form). -S Assume MS-Kanji and X0201 kana input. It also accpet JIS. AT&T EUC is recognized as X0201 kana. Without -x flag, X0201 kana is con- verted into X0208. -J Assume JIS input. It also accepts Japanese EUC. This is the default. This flag does not excludde MS-Kanji. -E Assume AT&T EUC input. It also accpet JIS. Same as -J. -B Assume broken JIS-Kanji, which lost ESC. Usefull when your site is using old B-News Nihongo patch. -B1 allows any char after ESC-( or ESC-$. -B2 forces ASCII after NL. -W Assume UTF-8 input. -m MIME ISO-2022-JP/ISO8859-1 decode. (default) To see ISO8859-1 (Latin-1) -l is necessary. -mN does loose encoding. It allows line break in the middle of the basr64 encoding. -mB Decode MIME base64 encoded stream. Remove header or other part before conversion. -mQ Decode MIME quoted stream. '_' in quoted is converted to space. -m0 No MIME decode. -M MIME encode. Header style. All ASCII code and control characters are intact. -MB MIME encode. Base64 stream. Kanji conversion is performed before encoding, so this cannot be used as a picture encoder. perfome quoted encoding. -l Input and output code is ISO8859-1 (Latin-1) and ISO-2022-JP. -s, -e and -x are not compatible with this option. -fn Folding on n length in a line. Default 60. -f40-0 forces 0 margin folding. -X Allow X0201 kana in MS-Kanji. X0201 is converted into X0208 by default. This is default in MSDOS. -x Try to preseve X0208 kana. Assume X0201 kana in MS-Kanji. And do not convert X0201 kana to X0208. In JIS output, ESC-(-I is used. In EUC output, SSO is used. -Z Convert X0208 alphabet to ASCII. -Z1 converts X0208 kankaku to one ASCII space. -Z2 converts X0208 kankaku to two ASCII spaces. -Z3 Replacing "><&" into '&gt;', '&lt;', '&quot;', '&amp;' as in HTML. -I Replacing Non iso-2022-jp char into the strage geta character. -b bufferd output. This is a default. -u unbufferd output. -t no operations. -O Output result to file. The first name in arguments becomes output. Please be careful. If there are no file arguments, nkf.out is chosen. -OW does rewriting. Original listed files are replaced by filtered result. -ic output ESC-$-c as sequence to designate JIS-kanji (Default is B.) -oc output ESC-(-c as sequence to designate single-byte roman characters (Default is B.) -r {de/en}crypt ROT13/47 -v display Version -T Text mode output (MS-DOS) -c add CR after NL. -d delete CR after NL. -L[wmu] new line mode -Lu unix (LF) -Lw windows (CRLF) -Lm mac (CR) default no conversion -F New line preserving line folding. hiragana/katakana translation -h1 --katakana -h2 --hirakana -h3 --hirakana-katakana -- long options --fj,--unix,--mac,--msdos, --windows convert for these system --jis,--euc,--sjis,--mime,--base64 convert for named code --jis-input,--euc-input,--sjis-input,--mime-input,--base64-input assume input system -- ignore rest of -option --help --version
FILES
nkf - binary
AUTHOR
Itaru Ichikawa <ichikawa@flab.fujitsu.co.jp>, (was ichikawa@fujitsu.JUNET)
EDITOR
a_kuroe@hoffman.cc.sophia.ac.jp (Akihiko Kuroe), kono@ie.u-ryukyu.ac.jp (Shinji KONO), furukawa@tcp-ip.or.jp ( Rei FURUKAWA )`
BUGS
Nkf cannot handle some input that contains mixed kanji codes. Automatic code detection becomes very weak with -x, -X and -S. MIME encod- ing is very loose.
ACKNOWLEDGE
Thanks for those people. nkf 1.7,1.9,2.0 Akio Furukawa, OHARA Shigeki, Hiroaki Sengoku, Ikuhiro MORITA, Junn Ohta, KAWAMURA Masao, Kazuhiko Mori, Keitaro Isokawa, Ken-ichi Hirose, Ki-ichiro SATO, Kiwamu Aoyama, Koichi Hirayama, Mitsuru Hase, OHARA Shigeki, Rei FURUKAWA, Satoru Takabayashi, Shigeyuki Takagi, Shin MICHIMUKO, Tsutomu Sakai, YAMASHITA Junji, Yasuyuki Sato, Yoshiaki Yanagihara, Yoshiaki Yanagihara, hat@so-net, SHIOZAKI Takehiko, Koji Arai, Eiichiro Itani, Masayuki Hatta, and many others. URL: www.ie.u-ryukyu.ac.jp/~kono/nkf/ 24/Feb/2000 NKF(1L)

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