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Text::Unaccent - Remove accents from a string
use Text::Unaccent; $unaccented = unac_string($charset, $string); $unaccented = unac_string_utf16($string); $version = unac_version(); unac_debug($level);
Text::Unaccent is a module that remove accents from a string. "unac_string" converts the input string from the specified charset to UTF-16 and call "unac_string_utf16" to return the unaccented equivalent. The conversion from and to UTF-16 is done with iconv(1).
$unaccented = unac_string($charset, $string) Return the unaccented equivalent of the string $string. The character set of $string is specified by the $charset argument. The returned string is coded using the same character set. Valid values for the $charset argument are character sets known by iconv(1). Under GNU/Linux try "iconv -l" for a complete list. $unaccented = unac_string_utf16($string) Return the unaccented equivalent of the string $string. The character set of $string must be UTF-16. $version = unac_version() Return the version of the unac library used by this perl module. unac_debug($level) Set the debug level. Messages are printed on stderr. Possible debug levels are:
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