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US-ASCII transliterations of Unicode text

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BA A0q0...", but
that's nearly useless to the user who actually wants to read what
the text says.

What Unihandecode provides is a function, 'decode(...)' that
takes Unihancode data and tries to represent it in ASCII characters
(i.e., the universally displayable characters between 0x00 and 0x7F).
The representation is almost always an attempt at transliteration
-- i.e., conveying, in Roman letters, the pronunciation expressed by
the text in some other writing system.

For example;
>>>d = Unidecoder()
>>>d.decode(u"\u5317\u4EB0")
'Bei Jing'.
d = Unidecoder(lang='ja')
>>>d.decode(u"\u5317\u4EB0")
'Pe King'

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Provides: unihandecode

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