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       QTextDecoder - State-based decoder


       All the functions in this class are reentrant when Qt is built with thread support.</p>

       #include <qtextcodec.h>

   Public Members
       virtual ~QTextDecoder ()
       virtual QString toUnicode ( const char * chars, int len ) = 0


       The QTextDecoder class provides a state-based decoder.

       The decoder converts a text format into Unicode, remembering any state that is required
       between calls.

       See also QTextCodec::makeEncoder() and Internationalization with Qt.


QTextDecoder::~QTextDecoder () [virtual]

       Destroys the decoder.

QString QTextDecoder::toUnicode ( const char * chars, int len ) [pure virtual]

       Converts the first len bytes in chars to Unicode, returning the result.

       If not all characters are used (e.g. if only part of a multi-byte encoding is at the end
       of the characters), the decoder remembers enough state to continue with the next call to
       this function.



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