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QTextEncoder - State-based encoder
All the functions in this class are reentrant when Qt is built with thread support.</p>
virtual ~QTextEncoder ()
virtual QCString fromUnicode ( const QString & uc, int & lenInOut ) = 0
The QTextEncoder class provides a state-based encoder.
The encoder converts Unicode into another format, remembering any state that is required
See also QTextCodec::makeEncoder() and Internationalization with Qt.
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QTextEncoder::~QTextEncoder () [virtual]
Destroys the encoder.
QCString QTextEncoder::fromUnicode ( const QString & uc, int & lenInOut ) [pure virtual]
Converts lenInOut characters (not bytes) from uc, producing a QCString. lenInOut will be
set to the length of the result (in bytes).
The encoder is free to record state to use when subsequent calls are made to this function
(for example, it might change modes with escape sequences if needed during the encoding of
one string, then assume that mode applies when a subsequent call begins).
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