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Python Interface to NKF

Project description

Python Interface to NKF2

1. How to Install

Install from PyPI:

$ sudo pip install nkf

Install from source tree:

$ make
$ sudo make install

2. Usage

## flag is same as the flags of nkf itself
import nkf
output = nkf.nkf(flag, input)

## For example, to convert from euc-jp to utf-8
output = nkf.nkf('-Ew', 'some euc-jp string')

3. guess() function,
which guesses input_string_code and returns one of next strings:
"BINARY"
"ASCII"
"Shift_JIS"
"CP932"
"EUC-JP"
"EUCJP-MS"
"CP51932"
"ISO-2022-JP"
"CP50221"
"CP50220"
"UTF-8"
"UTF-16"
"UTF-32"

## For example
import nkf
input_code = nkf.guess('some string')

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