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PERLCN(1)	       Perl Programmers Reference Guide		     PERLCN(1)

NAME
       perlcn - XXXX Perl XX

DESCRIPTION
       XXXX Perl XXX!

       X 5.8.0 XXX, Perl XXXXXX Unicode (XXX) XX, XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX; CJK
       (XXX) XXXXXXXX.	Unicode XXXXXXX, XXXXXXXXXXXX: XXXX, XXXX, XXXXXXXX
       (XXX, XXXX, XXXX, XXXX, XXX, XXXX, XX). XXXXXXXXXXXXXX (X PC XXXX).

       Perl XXX Unicode XXXX. XXX Perl XXXXXXXXXX Unicode XX; Perl XXXXXX
       (XXXXXXXXX) XXX Unicode XXXX.  XXXXXXX, XXXXX Unicode XXXXXXXXXXXX,
       Perl XXX Encode XXXX, XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX.

       Encode XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX ('gb2312' XX 'euc-cn'):

	   euc-cn      Unix XXXXX, XXXXXXXXX
	   gb2312-raw  XXXXX (XXX) GB2312 XXX
	   gb12345     XXXXXXXXXXXXXX
	   iso-ir-165  GB2312 + GB6345 + GB8565 + XXXX
	   cp936       XXX 936, XXXX 'GBK' (XXXXX) XX
	   hz	       7 XXXXX GB2312 XX

       XXXX, X EUC-CN XXXXXXX Unicode, XXXXXXXX:

	   perl -Mencoding=euc-cn,STDOUT,utf8 -pe1 < file.euc-cn > file.utf8

       Perl XXXX "piconv", XXXXX Perl XXXXXXXXXXX, XXXX:

	   piconv -f euc-cn -t utf8 < file.euc-cn > file.utf8
	   piconv -f utf8 -t euc-cn < file.utf8 > file.euc-cn

       XX, XX encoding XX, XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX, XXXX:

	   #!/usr/bin/env perl
	   # XX euc-cn XXXX; XXXXXXXXXXXXX euc-cn XX
	   use encoding 'euc-cn', STDIN => 'euc-cn', STDOUT => 'euc-cn';
	   print length("XX");	    #  2 (XXXXXXX)
	   print length('XX');	    #  4 (XXXXXXX)
	   print index("XXXX", "XX"); # -1 (XXXXXXXX)
	   print index('XXXX', 'XX'); #	 1 (XXXXXXXX)

       XXXXXXXX, "X" XXXXXXX "X" XXXXXXXXX EUC-CN XX "X"; "X" XXXXXXXX "X"
       XXXXXXXXX "X".  XXXXXX EUC-CN XXXXXXXXXXX.

   XXXXXXX
       XXXXXXXXXXX, XXX CPAN (<http://www.cpan.org/>) XX Encode::HanExtra XX.
       XXXXXXXXXXX:

	   gb18030     XXXXXXX, XXXXXX

       XX, Encode::HanConvert XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX:

	   big5-simp   Big5 XXXXX Unicode XXXXXX
	   gbk-trad    GBK XXXXX Unicode XXXXXX

       XXX GBK X Big5 XXXX, XXXXXXXXX b2g.pl X g2b.pl XXXX, XXXXXXXXXXX:

	   use Encode::HanConvert;
	   $euc_cn = big5_to_gb($big5); # X Big5 XX GBK
	   $big5 = gb_to_big5($euc_cn); # X GBK XX Big5

   XXXXXX
       XXX Perl XXXXXXXXX (XXXXXXXXX), XXXXXXX Perl XXX, XX Unicode XXXXX. XX,
       XXXXXXXXX:

   XX Perl XXXXX
       <http://www.perl.com/>
	   Perl XXX (XXXXXXXX)

       <http://www.cpan.org/>
	   Perl XXXXX (Comprehensive Perl Archive Network)

       <http://lists.perl.org/>
	   Perl XXXXXX

   XX Perl XXX
       <http://www.oreilly.com.cn/html/perl.html>
	   XXXXXXXXX Perl XX

   Perl XXXXX
       <http://www.pm.org/groups/asia.html>
	   XX Perl XXXXX

   Unicode XXXX
       <http://www.unicode.org/>
	   Unicode XXXX (Unicode XXXXXX)

       <http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/%7Emgk25/unicode.html>
	   Unix/Linux XX UTF-8 X Unicode XXX

SEE ALSO
       Encode, Encode::CN, encoding, perluniintro, perlunicode

AUTHORS
       Jarkko Hietaniemi <jhi@iki.fi>

       Audrey Tang (XX) <audreyt@audreyt.org>

perl v5.10.1			  2009-02-12			     PERLCN(1)
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