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Class: Character Set From String
Identify predominant character set in a string
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Charset From String

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Identifies predominant script (charset, language) in a string. This library is capable of identifying:

<pre> Arabic Armenian Bengali Burmese CJK Cyrillic Devanagari Georgian Greek Gujarati Hebrew Japanese Khmer Korean Lao Latin Malayalam Sinhala Tamil Thai Tibetan </pre>

Usage

use peterkahl\CharsetFromString\CharsetFromString;

echo CharsetFromString::getCharset('????? ????? ?? ???????')."\n"; # ARABIC

echo CharsetFromString::getCharset('????? ????? ?? ????-??')."\n"; # HEBREW

echo CharsetFromString::getCharset('??? ?????? ?????? ??????, ??? ??? ?? ?????.')."\n"; # CYRILLIC

echo CharsetFromString::getCharset('Lex iniusta non est lex.')."\n"; # LATIN

echo CharsetFromString::getCharset('??? ??? ?? ??? ??? ???? ??.')."\n"; # KOREAN

echo CharsetFromString::getCharset('??????????????')."\n"; # JAPANESE

echo CharsetFromString::getCharset('??????????')."\n"; # CJK

echo CharsetFromString::getCharset('??????????????? ??????????????')."\n"; # THAI

echo CharsetFromString::getCharset('????????????????????????????????????? ????')."\n"; # LAO

echo CharsetFromString::getCharset('?????????????????????????????????????????????')."\n"; # KHMER

echo CharsetFromString::getCharset('???????????????????????????????')."\n"; # TIBETAN

echo CharsetFromString::getCharset('? ????? ???????? ??? ???????? ?????? ????, ???? ???????? ???? ??? ??????.')."\n"; # GREEK
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