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NAME

       bson_utf8 - UTF-8

ENCODING

       Libbson  expects  that  you  are  always working with UTF-8 encoded text. Anything else is
       invalid API use.

       If you should need to walk through UTF-8 sequences, you can use the various  UTF-8  helper
       functions distributed with Libbson.

VALIDATING A UTF-8 SEQUENCE

       To  validate the string contained in my_string, use the following. You may pass -1 for the
       string length if you know the string is NULL-terminated.

          if (!bson_utf8_validate (my_string, -1, false)) {
             printf ("Validation failed.\n");
          }

       If my_string has NULL bytes within the string, you must provide the string length. Use the
       following format. Notice the true at the end indicating \0 is allowed.

          if (!bson_utf8_validate (my_string, my_string_len, true)) {
             printf ("Validation failed.\n");
          }

       For more information see the API reference for bson_utf8_validate().

AUTHOR

       MongoDB, Inc

COPYRIGHT

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