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Normalizer2.Mode

public static final enum Normalizer2.Mode
extends Enum<Normalizer2.Mode>

java.lang.Object
   ↳ java.lang.Enum<android.icu.text.Normalizer2.Mode>
     ↳ android.icu.text.Normalizer2.Mode


Constants for normalization modes. For details about standard Unicode normalization forms and about the algorithms which are also used with custom mapping tables see http://www.unicode.org/unicode/reports/tr15/

Summary

Enum values

Normalizer2.Mode  COMPOSE

Decomposition followed by composition. 

Normalizer2.Mode  COMPOSE_CONTIGUOUS

Compose only contiguously. 

Normalizer2.Mode  DECOMPOSE

Map, and reorder canonically. 

Normalizer2.Mode  FCD

"Fast C or D" form. 

Public methods

static Normalizer2.Mode valueOf(String name)
static final Mode[] values()

Inherited methods

Enum values

COMPOSE

added in API level 24
public static final Normalizer2.Mode COMPOSE

Decomposition followed by composition. Same as standard NFC when using an "nfc" instance. Same as standard NFKC when using an "nfkc" instance. For details about standard Unicode normalization forms see http://www.unicode.org/unicode/reports/tr15/

COMPOSE_CONTIGUOUS

added in API level 24
public static final Normalizer2.Mode COMPOSE_CONTIGUOUS

Compose only contiguously. Also known as "FCC" or "Fast C Contiguous". The result will often but not always be in NFC. The result will conform to FCD which is useful for processing.
Not a standard Unicode normalization form.
For details see http://www.unicode.org/notes/tn5/#FCC

DECOMPOSE

added in API level 24
public static final Normalizer2.Mode DECOMPOSE

Map, and reorder canonically. Same as standard NFD when using an "nfc" instance. Same as standard NFKD when using an "nfkc" instance. For details about standard Unicode normalization forms see http://www.unicode.org/unicode/reports/tr15/

FCD

added in API level 24
public static final Normalizer2.Mode FCD

"Fast C or D" form. If a string is in this form, then further decomposition without reordering would yield the same form as DECOMPOSE. Text in "Fast C or D" form can be processed efficiently with data tables that are "canonically closed", that is, that provide equivalent data for equivalent text, without having to be fully normalized.
Not a standard Unicode normalization form.
Not a unique form: Different FCD strings can be canonically equivalent.
For details see http://www.unicode.org/notes/tn5/#FCD

Public methods

valueOf

added in API level 24
public static Normalizer2.Mode valueOf (String name)

Parameters
name String

Returns
Normalizer2.Mode

values

added in API level 24
public static final Mode[] values ()

Returns
Mode[]