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Python Implementation of KS X 1026

Project description

Python implementation for KS X 1026-1.

KS X 1026-1

KS X 1026-1 is a Korean standard for Hangul processing guide for information interchange. More informations are available here.

Installation

KS X 1026 Python is available via PyPi

pip install ksx1026

or setup.py

python setup.py install

Normalizations

Hangul Decomposition

Returns a Johab Modern Hangul Syllable Block for the given Wanseong Modern Hangul Syllable Block

char S: Single character Hangul Syllable. If not, return input.

>>> from ksx1026.normalization import decomposeHangul
>>> c = "\uAC01"
>>> d = decomposeHangul(c)
>>> print(d.encode('raw_unicode_escape'))
b'\\u1100\\u1161\\u11a8'

Hangul Composition

Returns a Wanseong Modern Hangul Syllable Block for the given Johab Modern Hangul Syllable Block. Even when a portion of an Old Hangul Syllable Block is a Modern Hangul Syllable Block,unlike UAX #15, that portion is not transformed to a Wanseong Modern Hangul Syllable Block.

string source: unicode string.

>>> from ksx1026.normalization import composeHangul
>>> source = "\u1100\u1161\u11a8"
>>> d = composeHangul(source)
>>> print(d.encode('raw_unicode_escape'))
b'\\uac01'
>>> source = "\u1100\u1161\u11c3"
>>> d = composeHangul(source)
>>> print(d.encode('raw_unicode_escape'))
b'\\u1100\\u1161\\u11c3'

Hangul Recomposition

If one uses a UAX #15 algorithm instead of the above composeHangul function for normalization, an Old Hangul Syllable Block can be decomposed into a Wanseong Modern Hangul Syllable Block and Johab Hangul Letter(s). In such cases, after applying, one can use the following recomposition algorithm to restore a character string in Normalization Form NFC or NFKC to an L V T format.

string source: unicode string

>>> from ksx1026.normalization import recomposeHangul
>>> source = "\uac00\u11c3"
>>> d = recomposeHangul(source)
>>> print(d.encode('raw_unicode_escape'))
b'\\u1100\\u1161\\u11c3'

Normalization of Compatibility/Halfwidth Hangul Letters and Hangul-embedded symbols

Normalizing Compatibility/Halfwidth Hangul Letters and Hangul-embedded symbols (NormalizeJamoKDKC)

string source: unicode string

>>> from ksx1026.normalization import normalizeJamoKDKC
>>> source = "\u3200"
>>> d = normalizeJamoKDKC(source)
>>> print(d.encode('raw_unicode_escape'))
>>> b'(\\u1100\\u1160)

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