Re: Looking for a C library that converts UTF-8 strings from their decomposed to pre-composed form

From: Eric Muller (
Date: Mon Nov 08 2004 - 23:28:48 CST

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    Deborah Goldsmith wrote:

    > It's worth pointing out that there is no such thing as "precomposed
    > Unicode". Normalization form C (NFC) could be called "as precomposed
    > as possible." There are some sequences of Unicode that can only be
    > expressed using combining marks.
    As well as single (precomposed) characters which have a sequence of more
    than one character as their NFC form. So NFC is not even "as precomposed
    as possible".


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