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Function std.uni.composeJamo

Try to compose hangul syllable out of a leading consonant (lead), a vowel and optional trailing consonant jamos.

dchar composeJamo (
  dchar lead,
  dchar vowel,
  dchar trailing = '\uffff'
) pure nothrow @nogc @safe;

On success returns the composed LV or LVT hangul syllable.

If any of lead and vowel are not a valid hangul jamo of the respective character class returns dchar.init.


writeln(composeJamo('\u1111', '\u1171', '\u11B6')); // '\uD4DB'
// leaving out T-vowel, or passing any codepoint
// that is not trailing consonant composes an LV-syllable
writeln(composeJamo('\u1111', '\u1171')); // '\uD4CC'
writeln(composeJamo('\u1111', '\u1171', ' ')); // '\uD4CC'
writeln(composeJamo('\u1111', 'A')); // dchar.init
writeln(composeJamo('A', '\u1171')); // dchar.init


Dmitry Olshansky


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