PostScript::PseudoISO - Module with handy ISO enhancements
$str = "This is an emdash: ---"; # Encode $t = PostScript::PseudoISO::->prepstr($str);
This module contains some handy extensions to PostScript ISO Latin1 encoding (ISO 8859.1).
The (class) routine
prepstr massages a string and makes the following changes, if appropriate:
'will be changed to render curly quotes.
$str = PostScript::PseudoISO::->prepstr ("emdash '---'");
This routine makes the changes as described above.
$vec = PostScript::PseudoISO::->reencodingvector;
This function returns a reference to a hash that contains the mapping of glyphs that are not part of the ISO Latin1 encoding. This vector can be used with the
reencode method of a
Johan Vromans, Squirrel Consultancy <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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