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Multibyte::EUC_TW(3) User Contributed Perl Documentation Multibyte::EUC_TW(3)
 

String::Multibyte::EUC_TW - internally used by String::Multibyte for EUC-TW

    use String::Multibyte;
    $euctw = String::Multibyte->new('EUC_TW');
    $euctw_length = $euctw->length($euctw_string);

"String::Multibyte::EUC_TW" is used for manipulation of strings in EUC-TW.
Byte range of single-byte characters: "0x00..0x7F".
First and second byte range of double-byte characters: "0xA1..0xFE".
Second byte range of four-byte characters: "0xA1..0xB0".
Third and fourth byte range of four-byte characters: "0xA1..0xFE".
Character order (invalid code points are excluded): "0x00..0x7F", "0xA1A1..0xFEFE", "0x8EA1A1A1..0x8EB0FEFE".

C1 controls other than SS2 ("0x80..0x8D" and "0x8F..0x9E") are not supported.
Plane 1 characters in G1 (e.g. 0xA1A1) and those in G2 (e.g. 0x8EA1A1A1) are not treated as equivalents.

String::Multibyte
2015-12-06 perl v5.28.1

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