gchar* g_utf8_normalize ( const gchar* str, gssize len, GNormalizeMode mode )
Converts a string into canonical form, standardizing
such issues as whether a character with an accent
is represented as a base character and combining
accent or as a single precomposed character. The
string has to be valid UTF-8, otherwise
returned. You should generally call
before comparing two Unicode strings.
The normalization mode
standardizes differences that do not affect the
text content, such as the above-mentioned accent
G_NORMALIZE_ALL also standardizes
the “compatibility” characters in Unicode, such
as SUPERSCRIPT THREE to the standard forms
(in this case DIGIT THREE). Formatting information
may be lost but for most text operations such
characters should be considered the same.
but returned a result with composed forms rather
than a maximally decomposed form. This is often
useful if you intend to convert the string to
a legacy encoding or pass it to a system with
less capable Unicode handling.
A UTF-8 encoded string.
|The data is owned by the caller of the function.|
|The string is a NUL terminated UTF-8 string.|
The type of normalization to perform.