@stdlib/string-tools-grapheme-cluster-break
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grapheme

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Grapheme cluster break tooling.

Installation

npm install @stdlib/string-tools-grapheme-cluster-break

Usage

var grapheme = require( '@stdlib/string-tools-grapheme-cluster-break' );

grapheme

A collection of functions for performing grapheme cluster break operations.


Methods

grapheme.breakProperty( code )

Returns the grapheme break property from the Unicode Standard.

var out = grapheme.breakProperty( 0x008f );
// returns 2

out = grapheme.breakProperty( 0x111C2 );
// returns 12

out = grapheme.breakProperty( 0x1F3FC );
// returns 3

grapheme.emojiProperty( code )

Returns the emoji property from the Unicode Standard.

var out = grapheme.emojiProperty( 0x23EC );
// returns 101

out = grapheme.emojiProperty( 0x1FFFE );
// returns 11

grapheme.breakType( breaks, emoji )

Returns the break type between grapheme breaking classes according to UAX #29 3.1.1 Grapheme Cluster Boundary Rules on extended grapheme clusters.

var out = grapheme.breakType( [ 11, 3, 11 ], [ 11, 11, 11 ] );
// returns 1

Properties

grapheme.constants

An object mapping break type names to integer values.

var out = grapheme.constants;
// returns {...}

Examples

var grapheme = require( '@stdlib/string-tools-grapheme-cluster-break' );

var out = grapheme.breakProperty( 0x008f );
// returns 2

out = grapheme.emojiProperty( 0x23EC );
// returns 101

out = grapheme.breakType( [ 11, 3, 11 ], [ 11, 11, 11 ] );
// returns 1

out = grapheme.constants;
// returns {...}

Notice

This package is part of stdlib, a standard library for JavaScript and Node.js, with an emphasis on numerical and scientific computing. The library provides a collection of robust, high performance libraries for mathematics, statistics, streams, utilities, and more.

For more information on the project, filing bug reports and feature requests, and guidance on how to develop stdlib, see the main project repository.

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License

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Copyright

Copyright © 2016-2024. The Stdlib Authors.

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