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       Biber::LaTeX::Recode - Encode/Decode chars to/from UTF-8/lacros in LaTeX


           use Biber::LaTeX:Recode

           my $string = 'MuXammad ibn MXsX al-KhwXrizmX';
           my $latex_string = latex_encode($string);
               # => 'Mu\d{h}ammad ibn M\=us\=a al-Khw\=arizm\={\i}'

           my $string = 'Mu\d{h}ammad ibn M\=us\=a al-Khw\=arizm\={\i}';
           my $utf8_string   = latex_decode($string);
               # => 'MuXammad ibn MXsX al-KhwXrizmX'


       Allows conversion between Unicode chars and LaTeX macros.


       Possible values for the encoding/decoding set to use are 'null', 'base' and 'full';
       default value is 'base'.

       null  => No conversion

       base  => Most common macros and diacritics (sufficient for Western languages
                and common symbols)

       full  => Also converts punctuation, larger range of diacritics and macros
                (e.g. for IPA, Latin Extended Additional, etc.), symbols, Greek letters,
                dingbats, negated symbols, and superscript characters and symbols ...

   init_sets(<decode set>, <encode_set>)
         Initialise recoding sets. We can't do this on loading the module as we don't have the config
         information to do this yet

   latex_decode($text, @options)
       Converts LaTeX macros in the $text to Unicode characters.

       The function accepts a number of options:

           * normalize => $bool (default 1)
               whether the output string should be normalized with Unicode::Normalize

           * normalization => <normalization form> (default 'NFD')
               and if yes, the normalization form to use (see the Unicode::Normalize documentation)

   latex_encode($text, @options)
       Converts UTF-8 to LaTeX


       Francois Charette, "<firmicus at>" Philip Kime "<philip at>"


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       Copyright 2009-2017 Francois Charette and Philip Kime, all rights reserved.

       This module is free software.  You can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of
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       without even the implied warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose.