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ENCGUESS(1) Perl Programmers Reference Guide ENCGUESS(1)

NAME

encguess – guess character encodings of files

VERSION
$Id: encguess,v 0.1 2015/02/05 10:34:19 dankogai Exp $

SYNOPSIS

encguess [switches] filename…

SWITCHES
-h
show this message and exit.

-s
specify a list of “suspect encoding types” to test, seperated by
either “:” or “,”

-S
output a list of all acceptable encoding types that can be used with
the -s param

-u
suppress display of unidentified types

EXAMPLES:
· Guess encoding of a file named “test.txt”, using only the default
suspect types.

encguess test.txt

· Guess the encoding type of a file named “test.txt”, using the suspect
types “euc-jp,shiftjis,7bit-jis”.

encguess -s euc-jp,shiftjis,7bit-jis test.txt
encguess -s euc-jp:shiftjis:7bit-jis test.txt

· Guess the encoding type of several files, do not display results for
unidentified files.

encguess -us euc-jp,shiftjis,7bit-jis test*.txt

DESCRIPTION

The encoding identification is done by checking one encoding type at a
time until all but the right type are eliminated. The set of encoding
types to try is defined by the -s parameter and defaults to ascii, utf8
and UTF-16/32 with BOM. This can be overridden by passing one or more
encoding types via the -s parameter. If you need to pass in multiple
suspect encoding types, use a quoted string with the a space separating
each value.

SEE ALSO

Encode::Guess, Encode::Detect

LICENSE AND

COPRYRIGHT

Copyright 2015 Michael LaGrasta and Dan Kogai.

This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it
under the terms of the the Artistic License (2.0). You may obtain a
copy of the full license at:

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