fix-latin1-to-utf8
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fix-latin1-to-utf8

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Node.js module to fix errors when converting Latin-1 encoded text to UTF-8

Overview

When converting Latin-1 (or Windows-1252) encoded text to UTF-8, some characters may be incorrectly converted. This module fixes those errors.

Installation

Install using npm:

npm i fix-latin1-to-utf8

Example usage

Please refer to the JSDoc comments in the source code or the generated type definitions for information on the available options.

const fixLatin1ToUtf8 = require("fix-latin1-to-utf8");

const latin1String =
	"This is a UTF-8 string that was converted from Latin-1‚ but the conversion was not great.";
const utf8String = fixLatin1ToUtf8(latin1String);

console.log(utf8String);
// This is a UTF-8 string that was converted from Latin-1, but the conversion was not great.

Contributing

Contributions are welcome, and any help is greatly appreciated!

See the contributing guide for details on how to get started. Please adhere to this project's Code of Conduct when contributing.

Acknowledgements

License

fix-latin1-to-utf8 is licensed under the MIT license.

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