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1 ICONV

An OpenVMS XPG4 localization utility that: o Compiles conversion table files. A conversion table file defines how characters in one codeset are converted to characters in another codeset (ICONV COMPILE) o Converts characters from one codeset to another (ICONV CONVERT) For more information on the XPG4 utilities, including file formats, see the DEC C Run-Time Library Utilities Reference Manual. Also see help for the related commands GENCAT and LOCALE. Format: ICONV option 2 COMPILE Creates a conversion table file from a conversion source file. The conversion table file is used by ICONV CONVERT to convert characters in a file from one codeset to another. Format: ICONV COMPILE sourcefile tablefile 3 Parameters sourcefile The file specification of the conversion source file. The default file type is .ISRC. The file naming convention Digital uses for conversion source files is: fromcodeset_tocodeset.isrc tablefile The file specification of the conversion table file to be created. The default file type is .ICONV. The file naming convention for conversion table files is: fromcodeset_tocodeset.iconv Public conversion table files are in the directory defined by the logical name SYS$I18N_ICONV. Put new conversion table files in the same directory if you want to make them available system-wide. 2 CONVERT Converts characters in a file from one codeset to another codeset. The converted characters are written to an output file. Format: ICONV CONVERT infile outfile 3 Parameters infile The file specification of the file that contains the characters to be converted. (Use the /FROMCODE qualifier to specify the codeset of the characters in this file.) outfile The file specification of the file created by ICONV CONVERT. (Use the /TOCODE qualifier to specify the codeset of the characters in this file.) 3 Qualifiers /FROMCODE=fromcodeset A required qualifier that specifies the codeset of the characters in the input file (infile). /TOCODE=tocodeset A required qualifier that specifies the codeset of the characters in the output file (outfile). Public conversion table files are in the directory defined by the logical name SYS$I18N_ICONV. Put new conversion table files in the same directory if you want to make them available system-wide.

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